With its culture of entrepreneurship, vast resources and Israeli tenacity, Tel Aviv breeds the best innovation. Learn to code great products right next to the Mediterranean sea, immersed in non-stop culture and the best of Middle Eastern nightlife and cuisine. Come join us in Tel Aviv, the heart of Startup Nation.
Le Wagon TLV offers informal job placement assistance to help our students become ready for the Israeli job market. This includes one optional week of Computer Science 101 classes where we teach the basics of Programming Theory, with daily lectures and challenges on Complexity, Recursion, Hashing etc. This is followed by workshops on CV and LinkedIn writing, technical and non-technical interview simulations, and personal sessions with hi-tech recruitment agencies.
The Israeli ministry of Aliyah and Integration (“Misrad Haklita”) offers new immigrants and returning citizens a Voucher Project in order to assist them financially to participate in professional training.
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Arthur was born in France and grew up in Italy, after graduating from ESSEC business school he worked in a french tech startup as a business developer and then decided he wanted to learn how to code to put his entrepreneurial ideas in application. Since then he's been coding and sharing his tech knowledge, teaching and assisting students at Le Wagon.
Joanna studied Journalism and Publishing before getting her Master's in literary criticism, although most of her work experience is outside of humanities. After years of treating tech as a hobby she decided to turn it into her new profession and joined Le Wagon. Since then she's been working as a freelance web developer.
I have a strong entrepreneurial background, passionate about food and building world-changing tech. King of backend, don't talk to me about frontend.
Maria is an alumni from Yale University, an airport lounge sleeper, nacho cheese enthusiast, yoga instructor and a ninja back-end engineer! She moved to China in 2014 to explore the tech scene and is currently leading the development team at 5:IT, while sharing her thoughts on her blog and running a small supper club. Maria will guide Le Wagon students through the first steps of the Rails back-end framework, and help them build Minimal Viable Products!
Sandrine has worked in tech for 6 years, in the US, France and London. She started on the VC side, then joined TheFamily's founding team in 2013 to help build the Parisian startup accelerator. In 2014, she joined the Bitcoin industry, first at Coinbase then went on to create a new cryptocurrency, which raised $1M in a 3-day crowdfunding campaign. And when she's not working, she's learning how to code (yes!).
Tel Aviv is a small city with a big city heart - where you just might run into your friends at the same cafe or neighborhood bar. If you don’t, you’ll just make some new ones. There’s always a lot of things happening in different areas of the city. It’s just a matter of knowing where the coolest neighborhoods are located and finding out where to go and when. The city is walkable when it’s not sweltering hot outside, the beach is never more than 20 minutes away, and it’s not very hard to get around.
Ours is a city that can sometimes feels like a village. Every chance encounter can be a business opportunity, every shalom! can lead to an invitation to Shabbat dinner. In proper Mediterranean style, dinners might be late and evenings are spent outside when the weather’s warm. This is a city of life, for creatives and go-getters.