DS4A / Jordan: Correlation One Announces New Training Program

To build data talent in Jordan — and in partnership with key governmental entities, Correlation One is bringing its award-winning data training program to the Middle East.

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This fall, Correlation One is launching our first-ever Data Science 4 All  (DS4A) / Jordan. Created in partnership with the Jordanian Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship (MoDEE), The Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan (Int@j), and Kiron Open Higher Education, this flagship national program will follow 50 Jordanian Fellows through a highly specialized, 10-week data analytics program and curriculum. 

Bringing DS4A to Jordan

DS4A / Jordan marks Correlation One’s arrival in the Middle East. Previously,  our award-winning data training programs have been accessible by thousands in North America, the U.K. and Colombia.  

With the need for technical skills and data talents  rising internationally, this groundbreaking collaboration with our Jordanian partners will help bridge the data divide, opening up jobs and opportunities within the country’s economy.

“The MENA region, particularly Jordan, has a growing pool of exceptional data science and technical talent but lacks opportunities which benefits them” said Sham Mustafa, Correlation One’s Co-Founder and Co-CEO. “We are excited to invest in Jordanian talent and connect them to leading global employers who are looking to expand their presence in the MENA region.”

About the Program

On October 1, 2022, DS4A / Jordan will kick off, featuring live instruction, career coaching, professional development, and course material support over 10 weeks. 

These Fellows develop their analytics skills, work on a diverse set of case studies, and receive data training from world-class instructors and teaching assistants. 

Alongside technical instruction, the Fellows will engage in extensive career development. With the help of career coaching, they’ll hone their resumes, practice interviews, and build their professional networking skills. 

DS4A / Jordan: Who Should Apply?

The application process is open to all Jordanians currently residing in the country as well as displaced Syrian refugees now living in Jordan. 

Young professionals, recent college graduates, and experienced professionals looking to expand their existing data science skills are all welcome to apply.

We’re also looking for software engineering graduates and self-taught programmers who wish to pursue a career in data analytics and data science on a global scale. 

Instruction and program materials will be distributed mainly in English. All applicants should be proficient in professional English,  willing to work remotely post-graduation, and currently in search of new positions. 

To learn more about the application process, visit the official DS4A / Jordan website now