TRAIN

FOR A CAREER IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Learn Top Coding Languages

Meet Industry Pros & Leaders

Work on the Latest Macbook Pro

Learn from Programmers & Trained Experts

Students participate in a rigorous introduction to computer science fundamentals, software engineering principles, and software development. Begin with basic programming concepts like variables, conditional logic, control flow, and functions. Then learn about object oriented programming, systems design, software development life cycle, mobile frameworks, UI/UX design, and how to deploy applications to the App or Play Store.

 

Experience a project-based, Silicon Valley Environment with professional programmers. Go through the process of breaking down a project into tangible tasks and learn the skills needed to complete them.

 

Exit the program with a fundamental digital portfolio giving you a head start in college-level computer science programs, and a competitive edge over other applicants to universities or entry-level IT jobs. And, qualify for Kentucky Community and Technical College credit hours, Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship hours, and a certificate of completion.

APPLY

Select the current or upcoming program of interest below to apply or put your name on the waiting list:

Eligible Applicants

Veterans, Spouses, and non-military adults living in Kentucky.


Location

Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Campus

15 minutes from Fort Knox, Kentucky


Program Start Date

November 2018


Programming Language

Java/Java Enterprise


Program Structure

Module 1
Intro to Java Programming
Module 2
Intermediate Java/Java EE
Module 3
Advanced Java or Java EE
Module 4
Refinement of Skills
Classes Only
8 hours per day
4 days per week for 4 weeks
over 4 months
To earn their apprenticeship certification, students apply for jobs with a variety of local, remote, and other positions with Interapt or its Hiring Partners.




Eligible Applicants

Barren County High School students and adults up to the age of twenty-five (25) who currently live in Barren County, Kentucky.


Location

Barren County Area Technology Center


Program Start Date

September 17, 2018


Programming Language and Platform

Swift / iOS


Program Structure

Module 1
Beginner
Module 2
Intermediate
Module 3
Advanced
Module 4
On the Job Experience
4 hours per day
5 days a week for 5 months
To earn their apprenticeship certification, students apply for jobs with a variety of local, remote, and other positions with Interapt or its Hiring Partners.





Eligible Applicants

Post high school adults up to the age of 25 that live in the following Atlanta Zip Codes: 30314 to 30318


Location

City of Refuge, Atlanta, Georgia


Program Start Date

August 2018


Programming Language

Web Development using HTML, CSS, JS with a focus on the MERN stack
(MongoDB, Express.js, ReactJS, Node.js)


Program Structure

Module 1
Beginner
Module 2
Intermediate
Module 3
Advanced
Module 4
On the Job Experience
8 hours per day
5 days a week for 6 months
To earn their apprenticeship certification, students apply for jobs with a variety of local, remote, and other positions with Interapt or its Hiring Partners.




SKILLS

Interapt Skills provides all the skills that successful professionals need:

Technical skills

Software and coding skills that are relevant and necessary for the technology economy

Business skills

Skills critical for the contemporary worker, including teamwork, management, running a meeting, and showing up on time

Life skills

Skills necessary for life outside of the workforce, including personal budgeting and planning

CAREER OPTIONS

Several career paths are possible for individuals who successfully complete an Interapt Skills Apprenticeship:

More than just coding

Students will be introduced and prepared to take on a variety of entry-level positions

 

 

iOS Developer

Android Developer

Teaching Assistant

Quality Assurance Engineer

Release Engineer

TESTIMONIALS

What our students say:

SUCCESS PATH

Past Data Interpretation

We keep a detailed database that captures characteristics of past participants and how they performed throughout the program. The data is analyzed and gives us more insight into the type of qualities that make good applicants.

Applicant Assessment

Candidates complete a variety of online and in person assessments that determine their aptitude toward software development and the drive they have to be successful.

Student Training

Students participate in a rigorous introduction to computer science fundamentals, software engineering principles, and software development.

Our Technical Skills options currently include Java, Swift and MERN stack.

Hiring Partner Interviews

Students will complete a resume and GitHub portfolio that showcases their code enabling hiring partners to preview their work before they hire. Hiring partners observe classes, participate in career fairs, and conduct interviews.

Employment

Students that are land jobs with one of our hiring partners or with Interapt, spend their final 9-12 months in the program developing and maintaining software as junior-level developers or analysts with the intention of working toward a permanent role after completing the 2,000 apprenticeship hours.

Certification

Interapt monitors report tracking, checks in with the apprentices mentor/supervisor regularly, reports all data to the Department of Labor (DOL), and ensure apprentices meet DOL requirements for certification. Interapt also checks in with apprentices regularly mentors are providing sufficient support.