JEDI is Recruiting for a 57-Week Mobile Application Development Program

Mobile App students

Can you maneuver around a computer? Are you interested in developing creative apps for mobile devices?

JEDI, in partnership with the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB), is currently accepting applications from Indigenous learners for an upcoming Mobile Application Development Diploma program in Fredericton. During this 57-week program students will learn the skills required to become successful Mobile App Developers within a company or they may opt to start an “app” development company themselves.


While the course is scheduled to start in September 2017, JEDI and CCNB will be offering several short “Orientation to Mobile App Development” courses. These courses could start as early as May.

NOTE: Students for the September offering will be selected from the “Orientation to Mobile App Development” courses.

Required entrance criteria to the program:

  • High School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency

Asset entrance criteria to the program:

  • Post-secondary training in an IT related field
  • Hands on IT related experience

Interested candidates are asked to submit their current resume, proof of education and transcript of marks (where applicable) to Jason Tozer at as soon as possible.