Technology Career Program

The TechBridge Technology Career Program addresses barriers and improves economic outcomes through technology and career development training and industry-recognized certifications.

At no cost to participants, the part-time programs teach unemployed and underemployed adults technology and communication skills, leading to sustainable careers.

Upon graduating from the workforce development program, participants are prepared to enter the technology workforce and will receive up to one year of career coaching and mentorship.

Our participants gain technical and communication skills to succeed at team collaboration, money management, and workplace advocacy.

The program offers training and certification as an IT services, support, and project manager.

In past years, the curricula have included:

  • Web development
  • ServiceNow platform implementation (HTML, JavaScript, jQuery)
  • Technical project management (Scrum, ITIL)
  • Salesforce administrator
  • Microsoft Azure
  • IT fundamentals
  • ServiceNow certified system administrator implementation specialist
  • IT service and support
  • Software engineering
  • Digital literacy

Spring Admission Is Open!

Completing an application is the first step in our admission process. After you've submitted your application, please monitor your email for the following:

  1. Prerequisite Assignment Directions: Follow the directions in the email you receive from us
  2. Digital Literacy Interview: Upon your completion of the prerequisite assignment we will ask you to schedule a final interview with our team

The following programs are open to learners who are at least 18 years old.

If you applied for any of our previous programs but were not accepted, you do not need to re-apply. We will automatically consider you for any of the fall cohorts you qualify for.

IT Service & Support and Project Management:  – 

  • Admissions deadline:
  • For Metro-Atlanta area candidates only
    • Non-Atlanta candidates should apply to be considered for other cohorts
Informal portrait of Bianca Killins, a young Black woman with shoulder-length, dark hair. She is wearing earrings and a dark blouse. A necklace is barely visible.

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%.

Learn more about the different offerings within our TCP program:

Adult Learners

Interested in participating in a Technology Career Program™ class?

We offer multiple ways for you to gain new skills and advance your career.

Learn more about Adult Learners:

TCP Youth

We offer this program to middle school and high school-aged students at no cost.

We provide opportunities for students to work on individual STEM projects at home as well as every other week with a live instructor.

Learn more about TCP Youth:

Hiring Partners

Interested in becoming a hiring partner?

Your organization will receive early access to our latest group of TCP graduates. These TCP students graduate equipped with in-demand skills.

Learn more about hiring:

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