How the ‘Study Now, Pay Later’ Education Model Can Solve the Global Tech Talent Shortage

Adam Torres and Ariel Camus discuss Microverse.

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Show Notes: 

Microverse is an online school that helps anyone become a high-paid, international software developer. The best part? The program costs $0 until a student gets employed. In this episode,  Adam Torres and Ariel Camus, Founder and CEO at Microverse, explore Microverse and how it’s helping students succeed.  

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About Ariel Camus: 

Ariel Camus grew up in Argentina, went to school in Europe, built a business in San Francisco, taught in Africa, and lived in Asia for a year. In his life’s journey, Ariel has seen that talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not.

Nowadays, the Internet makes it possible for anyone to connect with global jobs regardless of where they were born or live. However, paying for a great education is incredibly difficult for most people.

He started Microverse to change that—to help people from all around the world learn software development at no upfront cost and to connect them with global jobs no matter their location, gender, or background.

About Microverse:

Microverse is an online school for remote software developers where students don’t pay anything until they land a job. No matter where they live. Talent is universal, opportunity isn’t. We’re on a mission to change that.

Microverse curates a curriculum that helps you learn the most in-demand skills in web development so you can get a great job, no matter where you live.