Sponsor today to help #BridgeTheTechGap!
Techtonica offers six months of software engineering training with monthly living and childcare stipends and laptops to local women and non-binary adults with low incomes, then places graduates with sponsors.
By sponsoring, you're empowering the people most underrepresented in tech and most in need. You’ll also build diversity in tech, expand your network, gain new perspectives, make better products, receive a tax exemption, and lift the local community.
Make a positive social impact while filling your technical talent needs.
Apprentices spend the last weeks of training preparing to join the companies they've been matched with.
100% of our first cohort of apprentices were people of color, and we placed 100% with hiring partners in July 2018.
Michelle Krejci, a software engineer at Pantheon, said, “The apprentices were so impressive. I was blown away. Any one of them would be a great asset.”
The best talent can’t be confined to gender, race, status, or age—let’s bring the best local talent to the best of tech.
Sponsor our 2019 cohort by October 19th!
How Hiring Works
Become a sponsor at the advocate level—this process includes signing an advocate sponsor agreement, receiving an invoice and paying the sponsorship fee, and announcing the partnership.
Get Involved and Strategize
Get involved during the training at Techtonica—you can volunteer, have us for an office visit, etc.
Determine your future employee’s position, team, and duties. Possible positions include: software engineer, support engineer, technical program manager, sales engineer, and other "tech plus/adjacent" roles.
Find Your Match and Prepare
Rate and match with apprentices at the end of the fifth month of training.
Collaborate with your future employee on how to spend the last month preparing to join your team. Negotiate start date, pay, and other details.
Enjoy having your matched graduate on your team!