General Assembly Australia, part of a global network of campuses for individuals seeking opportunity and education in technology, business, and design has announced nominations are now open for the inaugural General Assembly Australia Tech Awards.
The Awards will recognise the most compelling Australian designers, technologist and entrepreneurs and reward them for their contribution to the growing digital community across Australia.
“It’s really exciting to be a part of such a fast growing network of innovators in Australia” said Riley Batchelor, General Manager of General Assembly Australia. “The Awards will allow General Assembly Australia to recognise homegrown talent, from developers to creatives and marketers”.
When voting opens on November 15th, every vote placed enters users in the draw to win a host of prizes, including a full scholarship to a General Assembly Front-end Web Development course or User Experience Design course in Sydney – valued at $3000.
General Assembly Australia currently operates classes, workshops and courses from its Ultimo headquarters in Sydney, alongside online classes.
About the General Assembly Australia Tech Awards
The General Assembly Australia Tech Awards will recognise the most compelling Australian designers, technologist and entrepreneurs and reward them for their contribution to the Australian digital community. http://gaaus.tumblr.com/
Nominations Close: 14th November 2012
Voting Opens: 15th November 2012
Voting Closes: 15th December 2012
Awards Party: 21st December 2012
About General Assembly
General Assembly Australia was founded in May 2012 to provide education in the areas of technology, business and design. Developing the skills necessary to succeed in technology and innovation can be a daunting, confusing, and lonely journey. General Assembly offers a new model for learning these skills, one that features emerging content taught by top practitioners with real-world experience. The headquarters in Ultimo, Sydney host evening classes, day workshops and long form courses including Programming for Non- Programmers to User Experience Design. http://generalassemb.ly/locations/sydney/