Onfielder fellowships help you bootstrap the experience you need for the job you want.
You will apprentice with a professional mentor who will help you advance in crucial job skills and develop a growth plan for improvement.
You will be working to build products across a variety of problem spaces. You'll build your skill set with increasingly complex product work.
Work from anywhere. You will operate in a remote office environment where you will be expected to meet deliverables, present your work for critique, and take on increasing responsibility.
We invest in high potential beginners and train our apprentices for success at no upfront cost. If you don't get a job, it's free. You don't pay until you land a job paying $50K+.
In the very beginning, my design lead and mentor helped me identify my strong points as well as where I could use some work. The experience I gained from Onfielder was invaluable. Onfielder allowed me to fill the gaps in my design knowledge as well as prepared me to land a full-time design role less than a month after the end of the program.
Working on the assignments and having dedicated 1-on-1 sessions with my mentor really helped me in grasping core PM concepts and developing competencies in strategic thinking and leadership. Thanks to Onfielder and through perseverance, hard work, and drive, I was able to kick off my dream career in product management.
Gain the experience to become a product manager. Improve the skills that matter on the job.
User understanding, market research, and opportunity analysis
Prioritization, scoping, and creating value-added features
Operational metrics and value creation frameworks
Planning, trade-offs, and strategic positioning
Product marketing, growth tactics, and performance analysis
Cross-functional team execution, product leadership, and results
Gain the experience to become a UX designer. Improve the skills that matter on the job.
User research, problem definition, and the design process
Design principles, ideation, and solution discovery
Design iteration, handling constraints and complexity
Refinement, usability analysis, and experience success
Operating in design teams, design systems, and design debt
Cross-functional team execution, design leadership, and results
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