Looks like a great idea!
Applications are being accepted now for a free 8-week summer program for adults to learn Java programming.
The training class begins June 1st and runs through July 24th. It will be held at the Betty P. Cook campus of Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) in Yulee, Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In return for free training, students must agree to work for three years for the company offering the course. That’s Cook Systems International based in Germantown, Tennessee. Students must also agree to relocate around the country for employment. Many of the jobs the company offers are temporary consulting gigs that require travel, according to job postings on the company’s website.
Open House May 4th Officials say they are looking to enroll 25 to 50 people for the course and they will hold an Open House for the Java boot camp on May 4th
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