Train: Data Analyst
How can I access this resource?
If you are a New York City resident who currently earns between $0 – $45,000, do not have any prior professional experience in data analytics, and meet the other program qualifications, you can apply for Data Analyst Training Accelerator (DATA).
How do I apply?
Applications for the next cohort of this program will open on April 6, 2022, and close on June 6, 2022; in the meantime, you have a chance to explore, discover, and prepare for a career in data analysis!
Each cohort serves up to 25 New Yorkers.
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What will I learn?
This full-time, 19-week immersive training program is designed to prepare New Yorkers with no previous professional data or marketing analyst experience for careers in data analysis at salaries of $55,000 or more.
The industry-informed, project-based curriculum provides participants with in-demand skills in advanced Excel, SQL, Python, AWS, and digital marketing-related analytics, as well as career advancement and interview skills.
What do I need?
To apply, you will need a computer with Internet service and a dedication to pursuing data analysis as a career.
We strongly encourage you to explore this career, discover if you enjoy it, and prepare yourself with the skills needed to make sure you want to commit to the career before entering a 19-week, intensive career training. That’s why we’ve made these resources available!
How long will this take?
The application process varies by training provider but typically has multiple steps that require you to prove that you are eligible for the program, explain why you’re interested, and show that you have the basic skills and commitment required to succeed.
What can I do after completing this training?
Alumni of the Data Analyst Training Accelerator graduate with the preparation needed to land jobs as an entry-level data analyst. Graduates are supported in their job search by the training provider. If you are interested in additional support with job placement, you can always contact a virtual Workforce1 Career Center.