Telebort Alumni & Students Association (TASA)
The goal of this initiative is to bring all members of Telebort together and build a community for everyone to help one another
- President Jordan Lee
13 - 17+
3 - 4
Years of coding experience
Telebort first established our class in 2018. As we grow, there are a lot of students who have completed our Weekly Core Programs A to G.
Keep CODING and we are here to SUPPORT you
ALL WAYS DOWN TO THE JOURNEY
Pick a project
Search for your teammates.
Come out with the idea of the project or problems that you want to solve through your coding skills.
Plan the timeline (duration) of your project.
Attend Exclusive Classes
Meet up with the Computer Science specialist for further assistance.
Related feedback and comments will be provided.
Learn and gain experience through realistic projects.
Book Your Time with Expert
Power up your team with the guidance of the expert.
We will match a dedicated Computer Science Specialist for your team.
Start coding and creating.
Rate: RM 250 per hour *original price RM 100 per hour (per person) *discounted price
Showcase to the World
Publish your project to the App Store or the Web.
Build a stunning portfolio since young.
Get a FREE highlight video from Telebort.
Additional Values as a TASA Alumni
Get the Exclusive Resources
Join Telebort Discord channel as a community.
Monthly Telebort Newsletter.
Get a lifetime alumni membership.
Grab A Wonderful Opportunity
Grab the chance to be a peer mentor.
Having the opportunity to join tons of competitions and events.
Be the representative of the TASA team.
Build Your Career Development
Gain experience with the experts while learning.
Build your career portfolio from a young age.
Fun and flexible working lifestyle.
She started coding when she was 11 years old. Her dream is to develop her own app by using her coding skills. Then, she wants to publish it around the world.
“I think now the world is starting to change into an AI world where people started building robots and machines and people are looking forward to it. For the next decades we will be using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to automate much of coding.”
Tammy Tan Shien