Like every 3-4 months, MigraCode Barcelona is organising JobVersity: The most Diverse Talent Acquisition Event in BCN! The event is open for any tech company that is looking for new tech talent. Hiring our students is cost-free and will simultaneously create a big social impact. Our students are skilled in Full Stack Web Development and Tech Support, highly motivated and ready to work.
22nd of September 2021, 16:30-18:30
Online, through a ZOOM conference
For companies and MigraCode grads
Which profiles do we offer?
All grads are fully-trained full stack junior web developers through our 8-month 30h/w bootcamp, ready to work as in your technical team or to start in a traineeship program. We also have students who (almost) finished our Google IT Support and Security course, who are ready to work in advanced tech support positions. Most graduates speak English and Spanish, some speak one of those two languages, and some speak even other languages. Most of our graduates already have their work permit.
How does the event work?
Each participating company hosts 4 video sessions of 20 minutes in a row with 2-4 graduate students. In each session, the company representative shortly explains about the company and the potential opportunities, followed by a quick intro from each student. After that, both students and the company representative can ask questions. After the event, you can schedule separate meetings with students in which you were potentially interested in for hiring or including in an internship/traineeship opportunity.
Dissemination and promotion
We want to share your participation in the event through Migracode’s social media channels on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and we also encourage you to share your participation! Together we can show how important diversity and inclusion is, and that you can increase your social impact simply by joining this online event.
Diversity and inclusion
Like any JobVersity event, one of the main objectives of this event is to involve underrepresented groups in tech, by focusing (among others) on migrant, refugee, various gender and LGBTQ+ communities. All the students involved in the event are coming from one (or more) of these groups and are ready to work as a software developer at your company.