DevFolio is open to accept early applications for its second edition of Devfolio Ethereum India Fellowship . The fellowship is an eight week stretched mentoring program as an effort to educate the upcoming generation of blockchain enthusiasts in India to ‘discover, learn and engage'' with Ethereum. The fellowship is sponsored by the Ethereum Foundation. Thirty fellows will be selected from across India to be part of the journey.
The fellowship is divided into two tracks. While track1 is for the beginners, Track2 is helpful for advanced learners. Track 1 will help Web2 developers to upgrade their skills to Web3. 20 such developers with no prior experience with Ethereum will be selected who will form groups of 2 or 3 with a mentor. Eight weeks will be divided into three parts- Learn, Explore and Build. The associated payout over the course of the program is $1000.
Track 2 will allow ten Web3 developers who will be lucky enough to get 1:1 mentoring from the industry experts. The associated payout over the course of the program is $2000.
How to apply?
The application has already been open since December 10 (2020). The last date to submit an application for the fellowship is January 2 (2021), 23:59 PM IST. Interested candidates can fill their application on the provided link on their website. A remote interview will be scheduled with the mentors after receiving a confirmation mail. The selected candidates will be mentored and guided by an expert team of developers. The estimated time commitment is 40 hours per week. The program will begin from 18 Jan 2021,8:00 PM IST till 14 March 2021.
Devfolio announced its first edition of fellowship earlier in May this year. It was a four week long program for Web2 developers in India who wanted to learn and adopt Web3. It began on June 1, 2020.
Devfolio has organized several hackathons in the past in partnership with top industry leaders. In 2019, Matic Network and Devfoilio teamed up to organize India’s largest women-only hackathon. Portis joined Devfolio as an official 2020 hackathon season partner for Devfolio’s university program. Devfolio hackathons have contributed to the Ethereum ecosystem with notable projects like Instadapp, Incento, and, most recently, DefiDollar.________________________________________________________
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