The Pre-Junior Program invites high school students to a free training

Despite internal and external relocations, Ukrainian schoolchildren have an opportunity to acquire additional knowledge online. IT business, namely EPAM’s own project Pre-Junior Program, strives to help teenagers get an idea of technology and try what it’s like to be in the IT field. Applications for registration are accepted until March 17.

The program is completely free for all participants and comprises introductory lectures on trends and prospects in IT, major specializations and tools for working with code. The participants will have an opportunity to delve more deeply into Front-end, C# or Cloud Computing.

Students from all over the country are invited to get their first experience in IT from EPAM University experts. The course lasts for 10 weeks. There will be up to four classes a week, depending on the chosen direction.

The current round of enrollment is the fifth in the history of EPAM University. The company is proud of the graduates of previous courses and aims to help others debunk the prejudices about IT professions and make an informed career choice in the future.

The training is scheduled to start on April 17.