NHN Establishes NHN Academy Gyeongnam Center to Cultivate Local Talent and Expand Decent Jobs | Ruri Web

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– Preparation of practical curriculum such as web service development boot camp

– Recruitment of trainees through the NHN Academy website… Training from March

– Following Gimhae, Gyeongnam, base centers such as Gwangju, Jeollanam-do are scheduled to open sequentially… Fostering local talents to lead the local software industry

NHN (CEO Jung Woo-jin) established ‘NHN Academy’, a specialized educational institution for nurturing software talents, and recruiting trainees for nurturing software talents in Gyeongnam.

NHN Academy is a software education institution established to provide software development and planning training programs for local youth while providing excellent trainees with opportunities to be hired for jobs in the local software industry.

NHN Academy, which was first opened at the Gyeongnam (Gimhae) Education Center, conducts a training program to nurture experts in web service development.

At the ‘Web Service Development Boot Camp’, developers of ‘NHN Dooray!’, an all-in-one collaboration solution company, directly participate in the training process to prepare a systematic and effective curriculum, including basic program courses, web programming courses, and actual team projects, for 28 weeks ( about 7 months) training. In addition, it will provide a comfortable environment and facilities for trainees to focus on education, and provide excellent trainees with an opportunity to work as SW development experts in NHN SOFT (Gyeongnam region).

NHN Academy recruits trainees from the Gyeongnam Center through its website, and anyone between the ages of 19 and 34 who dreams of becoming a developer in the IT field can apply.

NHN Academy will take the first step into the software education market, starting with the first web service developer education for about 7 months from March. Starting with the NHN Academy’s Gyeongnam Center, it is also planning to open other regional centers such as Gwangju, Jeollanam-do, where AI data centers are jointly built. Through this, it is expected that it will contribute to nurturing local-based talented people, coexisting with the local community, and creating SW jobs.

In addition, trainees for the ‘Service Planning Boot Camp’ online course are being recruited to foster service planners, which are increasingly important in the IT industry. In this training program, service experts working in the field, such as large companies and unicorn startups, conduct design, lecture, and mentoring, and run a 16-week (about 4 months) curriculum that includes all processes of service planning, from basics to practical.

Dean Jae-Woo Kim of NHN Academy said, “NHN Academy aims to intensively nurture professional software manpower to support the software industry ecosystem abundantly. We plan to provide practical and systematic education.”

By Lee Myung-gyu, staff reporter [email protected]