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Insight Data Engineering Fellowship Program

Are you a graduating BS, MS or PhD student or professional in engineering, math or computer science looking to transition to a career in big data infrastructure engineering? Do you want a career that leverages your engineering and CS fundamentals in the fast-growing, in-demand, technically challenging field of big data?

Silicon Valley technology companies like Facebook, Square, Microsoft, Palantir and many others are hiring data engineers to help them store and efficiently query the terabytes of data they collect everyday. While the amount of data produced is growing exponentially, there is a severe shortage of top engineering talent to build the infrastructure and data pipelines necessary to to extract insights from this data.

The Insight Data Engineering Fellows Program is a professional training fellowship designed to help engineers from various backgrounds, as well as mathematicians, and computer scientists, transition to careers in data engineering.
  • Fully funded, 6 week, full-time, data engineering training fellowship in Silicon Valley this summer.
  • Self-directed, project-based learning (*no classes!*) under the guidance of top industry data engineers.
  • Alumni network of 70 Insight Fellows who are now data scientists and data engineers at Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, Square, Netflix, Airbnb, Palantir, Jawbone and many others.
  • Interview at top technology companies hiring data engineers at the end of the fellowship.
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Now accepting applications for the June 2014 Fellowship in Silicon Valley.


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