We offer six months of free, full-time tech training with living stipends and laptops to Bay Area women and non-binary adults with low incomes, then place graduates into jobs with sponsor companies. We're seeking a Program Facilitator for our January 2019 cohort now!
Is your company hiring engineers? Do you care about your social footprint and diversity? We are seeking sponsors for our apprentices, who make it through a rigorous, lengthy application process that includes multiple workshops, interviews, and a code challenge. By the time each cohort graduates and is ready for placement on your team, they will have done more than 1,000 hours of collaborative, project-based learning developed by industry professionals. To secure one of the apprentices for your team, please check out more details here and get in touch!
The tech industry in the Bay Area is causing displacement and increasing income disparity. The industry also needs to build more diverse technical teams.
We asked, "What if we could help tech companies build much-needed diverse technical teams by having them sponsor training for and hire underrepresented, underprivileged locals who need jobs the most?"
How it Works
Techtonica conducts free intro workshops with local organizations and labs.
We invite the most resilient, independent, committed, positive, collaborative, curious, calm participants to apply to be full-time apprentices.
Companies that have sponsored at the Advocate Level cover the apprentices' pre-placement training and provide mentors.
They have a say in the curriculum and receive inclusion training in preparation for employing their top-rated apprentices at the end of the program.
Accepted apprentices receive living stipends, laptops, and more than 950 hours of full-time, project-based, collaborative training.
Upon completion of the program, apprentices are placed with hiring partners.