With students from more than 100 countries and applicants from more than 200, we’re pursuing our goal of connecting one million people globally to new opportunities. As of Aug 2021, more than 300 employed Microverse alums from more than 70 countries have accepted software developer job offers. These roles are with companies in over 20 countries, from Denmark to Singapore, to the United States, Poland, Colombia, and more.
As we continue to grow, we take great interest in the companies our alums join and are proud to see the amazing talent from Microverse contributing to these companies and helping them accomplish their goals. We’ve featured some of our alums and their new roles, like Kevin based in Kenya working for Microsoft, Miguel from Colombia working remotely for Austin Software from the US, and Abdellani from Algeria, working remotely for US-based HackerBay. You can read about more of Microverse's employed alums here.
Microverse alums are working at companies across a wide range of industries and roles around the globe.
They're building product and service companies like Ogun in Spain and Zippia in the US, to support the construction and career development industries. They’re writing code at Digisure, in the US, to provide on-demand insurance for the gig economy. And they're helping make booking appointments with medical specialists easy at Doctolib in France. Additionally, they're helping Torre, build a fast-rising professional network for remote and flexible work. Plus, they’re doing this all, for the most part, entirely remotely!
Our alums are also supporting clients and projects at development agencies such as Taqtile, in Brazil, Koombea in Colombia, Indonesia-based BukuKas, AgileThought in Mexico, ColorElephant based in Portugal, Rspective in Poland and Spain-based Webimpacto. Further, they're helping grow startups at places like Ghana Tech Lab in Ghana and Orderly in Denmark.
In addition, some of our alums work remotely for outsourcing companies like PartnerHero in the US, while others are helping build the future of team operations at RemoteTeam. From these businesses to ones across Panama, Turkey, India, Bermuda, the United Arab Emirates, and more, Microverse trained developers are making a real impact on global businesses and markets.
There are also Microverse alums that are working on their own projects, whether it’s starting a new company or simply building something for the joy of building.
Microverse alums contribute their skills to small, medium and large businesses alike, from Brand Guarde, who helps support Amazon sellers, to house-hold names such as Microsoft. We are always elated to see all their contributions, across countries, cities, frameworks and programming languages.
Through these alums and companies, Microverse continues to work towards our mission of closing the global gap between talent and opportunity and connecting 1 million people to remote jobs by 2030.