Digital Futures is an OCN accredited four week coding course delivered by one of the country’s leading technology trainers fol-lowed by up to a month long paid placement at a local creative industry, providing the perfect platform for a career in tech or the creative industries.
- Are you 18-30 years old?
- Resident in Lambeth?
- Unemployed or beginning to look for work?
- Interested in a career in technology and the arts?
If your application is successful, you will join a team of sixteen young people at a month-long creative coding boot camp, climaxing with a digital showcase that allows an audience to interact with a live performance at the Strive Festival 2016 at London’s Southbank Centre. Following this, the most talented and engaged candidates will be put forward for a month-long internship at a local creative industry.
The world is crying out for creative technologists. By designing and building all the technology for an interactive performance, you will develop the confidence to turn your hand to anything digital. If you’ve wanted to learn how to code, this is your chance – don’t miss it!
Alasdair Blackwell – course leader
How to Apply
If you are passionate, hard-working and would like to be up-to-speed with the latest technologies fill in our online application at: www.bridgeatwaterloo.org
For more information, contact the Bridge at Waterloo team on 020 7633 9819
Deadline for applications is Sunday 5th June 2016
In partnership with Citizens UK, Walcot Foundation and OCN London
To find out more, come to our open day on Saturday 21st May, from 11-3pm, or 3-5pm at St Andrew’s Church Short Street, SE1 8LJ. Full details can be found by visiting www.bridgeatwaterloo.org
Download a poster here: DigitalFutures