We are offering one budding Central Coast developer the opportunity to kick-start their programming career, with the CountryNet Software Connected Communities Scholarship.

The scholarship, which is open to students who have completed their HSC at a Central Coast high school and have been accepted into a programming degree, will run for six months from July 2017.

The successful applicant will work with JavaScript and/or C# programming for 2-3 days a week, with $2000 going towards their university tuition fees.

As Martijn Schiferli, CountryNet Software CEO states:

“Being Central Coast based we also regularly hear about the concerns for local students and remaining on the Coast to advance their career. That’s how the CountryNet Connected Communities Scholarship came about. We’d like to nourish young programming students and help open more training and educational opportunities within the Central Coast area.”

How to apply?

Simply visit countrynet.net.au/cccscholarship and fill in the application form.

Any questions about the scholarship can be directed to reception@countrynet.net.au.

Laura Bradley

Laura is on the CountryNet customer support team. Her background is in public relations and marketing.

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Written by Laura Bradley

Laura is on the CountryNet customer support team. Her background is in public relations and marketing.

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