Last week, Udacity launched the newest generation of two of our longest running and most popular Nanodegree programs: the Full Stack and Front End Web Developer Nanodegree programs. The latest versions of these Nanodegree programs include new instructors, brand new projects, and a complete technology refresh to ensure students continue to learn essential web development skills with cutting-edge tools.
Since these programs first launched almost five years ago, over 27,000 students have used Udacity’s web development curriculum and projects to power their careers. Hear directly from them how these Nanodegree programs helped our students reach their career goals:
It’s never the wrong time to decide to transform your career. When Michael Grandori, a military man, decided to explore a new career path in the field of programming, he trusted Udacity. A two-time Nanodegree graduate, Michael believes that he is all set to enter the job market when he exits military in 2020.
Dreams are a wonderful place. But they are better when they come true. For Varun Joshi, a 24-year-old Udacity Full-Stack Nanodegree Graduate, recently one such dream came true when he got a Software Engineering job. Here are some excerpts from our conversation with this Udacious student of ours.
Students across the globe have realised the importance of Udacity mentors. One such student is Tae-Hee who not only appreciates the contribution of his mentor, Karan, for helping him graduate from the Data Analyst Nanodegree program but also thinks that without him he would not have been able to graduate from the program.
Here at Udacity, student success is of paramount importance to us and our network of mentors helps us to achieve this objective. So here’s to the mentors who have gone the extra-mile to support Udacity students. But as our mentors say, “It’s the students who inspire them everyday,” so we’re featuring their inspirational stories as well.
For the 24-year-old, Prem Kumar.V.G, life seemed difficult when he could not land a job after completing his bachelors in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from a college in Bengaluru, India. He had an education loan to repay and was also expected to financially support his family.