Covalent, a Web3 data provider and Unified API Key creator backed by Binance has announced the commencement of its new Data Alchemist Boot-Camp program.
The program is designed to bridge the gap between the current skill demand of the technology and Web3.0 industry, data analytics precisely, and the prospective applicants.
The future is Web3.0 and it is imminent that many job roles will require that applicants are strapped with specific skill sets which in turn, will help them adapt to the data-related roles. Cutting across the globe, the Data Alchemist Boot-Camp program aims to equip job seekers with professional development in blockchain roles and the Web3.0 industry.
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“The Alchemist Program has allowed us to expand these opportunities while providing an environment to explore and learn alongside their peers in a way that is engaging, accessible, and effective.”
Covalent plans to showcase the Data Alchemist Boot-Camp program during Messari’s Mainnet Summit 2022 in New York which will span between September 21st to September 23rd.
The Data Alchemist Boot-Camp Program
As per the Bootcamp, new analysts will be groomed by Covalent, on the fundamentals of blockchain business analytics.
Covalent has carved out a curriculum for the program that is scheduled to run for four weeks with interviews and course challenges inclusive. A new cohort will be onboarded for another four weeks after two weeks of rest from the previous cohort Bootcamp. Conclusively, the first class starts on Wednesday 19th October 2022.
As part of the curriculum of the program, participants will learn to design an in-depth Reach, Retention, and Revenue (RRR) report across multiple chains, protocols, and user types.
Participants who successfully attempt the curriculum-based challenges stand the opportunity to earn up to $2,000 weekly. These curriculum-based challenges are designed in such a way that it boosts the skill sets and decision-making capability of the participants.
Web3.0 education is fast becoming a thing as more jobs have sprung up in the industry. Investment bank JPMorgan recently announced via a LinkedIn advert a job opening for its Web3.0 arm. To fit these prospective applicants for the roles, blockchain firms like Alchemy who acquired a Web3.0 educational platform called ChainShot, are springing up.