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  Introducing The Perl College[->] on 2008.02.29 23:38 uri

Submitted by uri on 2008.02.29 23:38
uri writes "What is the Perl College?

        The Perl College is a creative merger of job training and job
        fairs. Here are its primary goals:

        * Provide free top quality training to qualified
            junior level Perl developers
        * Improve their Perl skills to the intermediate level
        * Match the new graduates with Perl jobs in the hiring companies

        The Perl College was created to address these issues in
        recruiting Perl coders:

        * A shortage of intermediate level Perl developers
        * A surplus of junior level Perl developers
        * Some are not developing Perl full time
        * Many are looking for a career developing Perl but can't get
            needed training and experience
        * Companies lacking the resources to train Perl developers

        We are currently seeking both sponsors and students for this
        unique education/recruitment opportunity.

Hiring Sponsors: Thirty great applicants — cheap!

        Imagine how much it would cost in both time and money to find
        and train a qualified applicant for your Perl jobs. The Perl
        College dramatically improves the efficiency of this process by
        pre-screening and accepting only the most motivated
        students. Then we take it one step further. We take those
        already highly motivated students and train them up to a solid
        intermediate level of Perl skills. Efficiency, cost
        effectiveness and quality results — what could be better for
        your Perl recruitment needs?

Student Candidates: Put yourself ahead of the competition.

        If selected you will have a week of free training from Damian
        Conway (valued at $3000). Plus you will exposed to employers who
        are actively seeking intermediate level Perl developers.
        Competition to get in will be fierce so put your best foot
        forward. Don't wait to apply as we will take only the thirty
        most qualified students.

For more information on The Perl College, and how to apply to be a
sponsor or a student go to these pages:


Uri Guttman, Dean of The Perl College"

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