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Niantic recently launched Voyager, a new apprenticeship program. In partnership with Tech Elevator, an intensive educational provider helping individuals gain in-demand technology skills for the modern workforce, Niantic is providing opportunities for underrepresented individuals interested in careers in software engineering.
Selected learners will receive a living stipend and learn to code tuition-free through the 14-week coding boot camp. The top-performing individuals will then enroll in a six-month apprenticeship at Niantic with possible conversion to full-time employment with Niantic’s Engineering department. The first cohort started at the end of October 2022.