Array still accepting applications for their apprenticeship program

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now)- Applications have opened for The Array School of Technology’s tuition-free apprenticeship program. The program will have full staff web engineering and computer programing. With the pandemic still existing, array staff is looking to figure out how they are going to operate their program safely.

“We’re going to take these lessons and we’re going to see how we can still make Array awesome and give much more flexibility and build an accountability structure to make sure that we’re still teaching, we’re still learning, we’re still working on projects but you can do it in your own personal style and ways,” CEO of Array, Eric “ET” Trowbridge said.

So far, over 150 people have applied for the program. believes that having the option to work remotely from home will only further benefit people in the program and widen their skills when using technology.

“At the end of the day, how do we create a technology company in Wyoming of the future?” Trowbridge said. “That work life or the option of remote and in person, there’s something there.”

Applications will be done on June 28, 2020.