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Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by nycdude: 5:50pm On Jan 28
Please i have a question.

Can HND holder do Masters in Canada?
Travel / Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 16 by nycdude: 2:29am On Jan 21
Hello all,

Asking for my sister. Please do USA universities accept OND?

Regards,
Nycdude
Travel / Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 16 by nycdude: 3:45am On Jan 11
Hello All,

Please I have a question. I want to sponsor for my sister to come and study in US, and I live here. Will that limit her chances of getting visa?

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Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by nycdude: 10:48pm On Jan 04
Thank you once again

Chocs:
nycdude

4-6 months should be enough.

Cheers
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by nycdude: 9:14pm On Jan 04
Thank you! Another question if you don't mind. How many months bank statement?

Chocs:
nycdude

You’re allowed to sponsor her even if you’re not in Nigeria. Attach your employment/business docs, payslips, bank statement and sponsorship letter. If she’s mature, she should make sure her home ties are on point.

Many people have done it and gotten approvals.

Best wishes
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by nycdude: 9:06pm On Jan 04
Thank you!
Chocs:
nycdude

You’re allowed to sponsor her even if you’re not in Nigeria. Attach your employment/business docs, payslips, bank statement and sponsorship letter. If she’s mature, she should make sure her home ties are on point.

Many people have done it and gotten approvals.

Best wishes
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by nycdude: 8:40pm On Jan 04
Hi All,

Question: I live in the USA and I want to sponsor my sister to study in Canada. Can I do that or must the sponsor be someone living in Nigeria?

I appreciate it if anyone will answer my question.

Regards,
Nycdude
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 2:36am On Jun 25, 2018
revontuli:


Are you an agile coach?
I'm pretty burnt out with my Sysadmin/DevOps career and considering a change. What kind of training is needed to become a scrum master? Is it less stressful? Do you have to deal with people everyday?

Scrum Master is not stressful. You just have to be smart it's not technical. Start by getting certified.
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 12:32am On Jun 11, 2018
signature2012:


Nice knowing.Same here too.
Nice
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 11:48pm On Jun 08, 2018
signature2012:


Hi,how are you today?
Are you a New yorker?

I'm fine thanks. Yes, I'm a New Yorker.
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 2:13pm On Jun 08, 2018
No you don't need internship, shoot me an email and I will direct you on what you need to do and things you need to know.
2Banty:
@nycdude thanks for this expose. I went on google to check out the scrum master thing and it’s interesting. Can you walk us on how to successfully go about getting the certifications especially for folks like me with a different back from IT?
How much should we budget? Do we need internships to gain work experience or can we apply for positions after acquiring the certifications?
Thanks and God bless your hustle.

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Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 2:46am On Jun 08, 2018
You are right and wrong at same time.
Go check average salary of an Agile Coach or Scrum Master. Don't forget Software developers look up to us, those guys are nothing without us. Remember most companies are implementing Agile Framework and traditional Project Management (waterfall) is fading out. So the demand for Scrum Master and Agile coach is high and the pay is unbeatable. I rather you compare with Solution Architecture than software developers. The only thing I will tell you is this, if you know your onion have someone to guide you and with certifications, Scrum Master role or BA is what I will always advise people to go for.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not discouraging people who have the passion for SD, but my post is for Nigerians rushing into CNA. Instead of focusing there strength in career like Scrum Master, Business Analyst, System Analyst, Project Manager and Quality Assurance because it's easy to climb in those role with flexibility of working at home most days.
Bossman:
Agreed, these IT fields can be considered by those that do not want to deal wit rigor of software development/coding. Project management can be considered as well. The good ones with the right certification get paid well. Of course, the average salary of a programmer is still higher in most cases.

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Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 11:06am On Jun 07, 2018
Scrum Master, Business Analyst, System Analyst and Quality Assurance. Those are field you can get the right certifications and get a job that pays average of $40 per hour.
afoobiggy700:

Kindly list the fields

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Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 11:04am On Jun 07, 2018
Scrum Master, Business Analyst, Q.A
Saintp:


Please could explain more about the other fields and how to get in?
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 4:06am On Jun 07, 2018
Wgu is a great school, two of my friends finished their Masters in 6 months. It's purely 100% online and you don't have to live in the west coat. You can live anywhere in the USA and still enroll and finish anytime you want. One thing about them is the flexibility and the affordability. With high chances of finishing the Master in 5-6months.
stonemasonn:
If you're planning to live around the west coast area you can try western governors university (WGU) MBA health care management. Mostly online, flexible and affordable.

https://www.wgu.edu/online-business-degrees/mba-masters-business-administration-healthcare-management-program.html#close
Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 3:49am On Jun 07, 2018
Elfmannisback:

He should just start afresh, not starting at all is backward. Time flies! Nigerian education system is dead.
Wrong wrong wrong.
I graduated in Nigeria, I'm working with one of the top company here in USA (Fortune 50).
Here in USA, if you want to go into I. T, your degree doesn't count, what matters is having the right certifications. Depending on the field. I'm still wondering why many Nigerians are doing CNA while they have the brain for I.T
They think I.T is all about coding, forgetting their are many fields in I.T that pays wells without even knowing HTML.

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Travel / Re: Yankee: through the eyes of a village boy. by nycdude: 3:40am On Jun 07, 2018
subcbouy:
bro, just remove destiny from this explanation. You can work n plan to fulfil purpose. Almost all who lived in US for long and have nothing to show for, is because they failed to plan. The country has created platform to advance in whatever you do, only what you need is just planning.
Exactly, planning and the kind of people you mingle with. Always pray for God to direct you towards the right people.

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