10 district students selected for T-Mobile developer internship

Ten Edmonds School District juniors were accepted into the T-Mobile Full Stack Developer Career Launch Program. Each will participate in a paid internship this summer with T-Mobile and will take at least one Running Start class per quarter at Edmonds College next year in their Full Stack Developer Certificate program.

A full stack developer is a web developer or engineer who works with the front and back ends of a website or computer application. That means they can tackle projects that involve databases, build user-facing websites, or even work with clients in the planning phase of projects.

  1. Congratulations to these students! The Board heard about this program recently, and I’m so pleased that it is being offered in our community. Thanks to all who worked on this partnership. I look forward to hearing great things from these students in the future.

    1. Congratulations! Feel free to reach out once you start if you need mentoring at T-Mobile.
      Abigail Franco

  2. Exciting to see the great partnership between Washington Alliance for Better Schools, the Edmonds School District, Edmonds College, and TMobile take off! Good luck to our interns.

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