Iñigo Alvarado, the founder of the online education platform Angular, is launching his apprenticeship program to provide web developers with the necessary training to take on jobs in Mexico.
The company will offer its Angular Web Developer apprenticeships for developers from 18-40, who are interested in developing apps for local audiences.
Alvarados mentors are currently working in China, Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom.
According to the company’s website, Angular Web Developers will work with Angular’s team of experts, including designers, web developers, engineers, marketers and business managers.
The company has also hired three other graduates to work as part of the program.
“Angular has been recognized as a leader in mobile and mobile app development since its inception in 2013.
It’s a unique and powerful framework for building mobile apps, as well as a powerful platform for building websites,” said Alvaros in a statement.
“We want to ensure that our Angular Web developer apprenticeships provide a valuable training opportunity for young Mexicans who want to work with the Angular team.”
Alvarados apprenticeships will last for three weeks.
The first semester will start with a “hands-on” project to build an Angular app using Angular’s core, and will be followed by a week-long “platform intensive” course, according to the site.