Workforce Development

To stop the cycle of generational poverty, we must bridge the opportunity gap for middle-class jobs.

TechBridge focuses on workforce development to change the trajectory of those who are unemployed or underemployed. By equipping adults from disadvantaged households with technological, financial, and professional skills, we help provide financial stability and a path to life-long success and self-sufficiency.

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The 4th pillar: workforce development

By The Numbers


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The Technology Career Program™

TechBridge provides the skills and support needed to acquire and succeed in middle-class jobs through the Technology Career Program™ (TCP). This no-cost, part-time, 16-week program provides training to increase students’ employability for in-demand software skills .

During the first 3 years of TCP, more than 200 individuals have proven that it is possible to earn middle wages in a technology career without a 4-year degree.

» Learn more about TCP

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Alumna Spotlight: Bianca Killins

Fall ServiceNow NextGen HBCU Cohort Graduate

With a sponsorship from the Urban League of Greater Atlanta, Fall TechBridge Technology Career Program (TCP) graduate Bianca Killins earned her ServiceNow CSA and CSM certifications.

Bianca was recently hired by the Department of Veterans Affairs. She got the job as a key business analyst with the help of TCP career coaching and targeted job leads. As a result, her annual salary grew by 60%.

TechBridge Youth

The TechBridge youth program works with students to streamline their transitions from education to employment. The program ignites the curiosities of young people 12 to 18 years old to pursue a career in the growing technology and innovation fields.

HBCU-Based Tech Skills Programs

Historically Black Colleges and Universities are incubators for diverse and talented students who can benefit from the opportunity to gain skills and certifications. These opportunities will better position them to compete in the marketplace and advance their careers. TechBridge’s Technology Career Program has been providing technical skills classes at these HBCUs since its inception in 2018:

  • Howard University
  • Central State University
  • Texas Southern University
  • Morgan State University
  • Florida A&M University
  • Prairie View A&M University
  • Wilberforce University
  • Morehouse College

In , TechBridge launched an inaugural cohort of 30 HBCU graduates, representing 26 different HBCUs across the nation. We continue to grow and spread into more universities and colleges.

Are you interested in finding out more about

  • How your HBCU can partner with TechBridge?
  • How your company can sponsor a cohort? or
  • How you can get involved as a student or HBCU graduate?

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Another TCP Success Story

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"A moment that stands out to me from the Technology Career Program (TCP) was during the week of interviewing for the companies we would intern with for a year to gain our experience working with Salesforce. I had four interviews, Configero, NCR, Graphic Packaging, and Southern Company. This moment was big because I had to practice and prepare for the interviews, work at my job which was Wal-Mart at the time and prepare to take the Salesforce Certification Exam. I had three interviews in one day and had to take my exam between my second and third one. In the end, I got a great job and certified!"

Lyric McGhee
Technology Career Program Graduate