Atomic Accelerator is an accelerated professional development program for newly-graduated developers who join Atomic Object each spring.
Why join Accelerator?
Don’t go it alone.
You'll become part of the Accelerator team, a small group of new grads learning and working together. You'll also connect with the larger Atomic team and spend time with the CEO.
Learn far more than code.
You’ll dive into a guided curriculum that will polish your consultant skills and teach you to make problem-solving software for our clients. You’ll also get weekly coaching and feedback from experienced Atoms.
Never stop learning.
Attend two development conferences each year, plus local events and user groups. Atomic is serious about ongoing learning and contributing to the larger development community.
Meet the 2016 Accelerator Team
We call them Cell Zero.
“Coming in, I was afraid of being a second-class "proto-Atom.” The reality has been entirely the opposite! If anything, the rest of the company is extra excited to see us work and grow. It feels like having a whole company of seasoned developers in your corner!”
“The Accelerator program is everything that I was hoping for. It's a perfect bridge from school to work, and I appreciate having the rest of Cell Zero to go through that transition together.”
“With Atomic’s self-managed teams, each team has full responsibility for the decisions made on a project. Even as a new developer, I feel like my voice is heard, and I have an impact on my team's success.”
“Making software for clients is very difficult. But my team is teaching me how to build the right software just as much as how to build the software the right way. It’s priceless.”
How to Join
To qualify for the Accelerator, you must be:
- Graduating with a Computer Science or related Bachelor's degree.
- Willing to work from an Atomic office.
- Positive, curious, and ready to work hard and learn a lot.
- A strong communicator.
- Team-oriented—eager to work side-by-side with designers, clients, and other developers.
The Accelerator is full for 2017, but we’ll begin accepting applications for the 2018 Accelerator in September of 2017.