The training programme, named Tezos Blockstars, is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to become Tezos developers. The Tezos Foundation will sponsor 250 entrants, with the aim of making blockchain education more accessible to aspiring developers around the world.
Damien Ducourty, co-founder of B9lab, said, “As an established protocol, Tezos is at the cutting-edge of advancements in the blockchain space, and we are excited to be able to create this course with input from the Tezos Foundation, and that they share in our vision of making learning more accessible.”
Applications for the Tezos Blockstars programme are open until 20 March 2019. Intake will begin on 27 March, and will run for seven weeks, totalling approximately 140 hours of work.
Students who receive a grade above 80% will receive an official Tezos certification from B9lab.
More information can be found at tezos.b9lab.com