We work with the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP), the City's tech industry partnership, to offer no-cost training programs for jobs in the tech field. With TTP, we engage employers, educational institutions, training providers, and other partners in designing training programs that provide viable tech career opportunities for New Yorkers.
Series A: Data is a part-time program, designed for eligible New Yorkers with no previous professional tech experience. With curricula developed in partnership with NYC employers and training delivered by General Assembly, this 12-week program is a flexible path for New Yorkers, offering part-time training and connections to full-time employment as entry-level data analysts targeting jobs that start at a minimum of $40,000 annually. Applications for this program are currently closed. Please check back for more information. Learn more about Series A: Data.
TTP Residency is a semester-long program designed to provide on-the-job experience to upper level Computer Science students, connect local employers to local talent, and deliver industry feedback to inform curricular content of partner CUNY Senior Colleges. TTP Residency, in partnership with Queens College, Lehman College, and the New York Code + Design Academy, connects qualified computer science majors with local businesses throughout NYC. Applications for this program are currently closed. Please check back for more information. Learn more about TTP Residency.
The NYC Web Development Fellowship is an intensive training program designed to equip New Yorkers with the skills necessary to launch careers in web development. The Fellowship serves New Yorkers, including many without four-year degrees and those who cannot afford a private tech training boot camp; these trainings are provided free of cost to participants. The program also includes a built-in eight-week internship period as well as a post-training connection to jobs in web development, where graduates can earn an average salary of $65,000. Applications for this program are currently open with Fullstack Academy. Learn more and apply.
The Bridge-to-Tech program is a part-time course designed for individuals interested in gaining access to the tech industry. Bridge-to-Tech serves those who seek to develop the basic technical and professional skills needed to gain admission to occupational trainings in web development. This nine-week pre-training program was designed in partnership with The Knowledge House and delivered on-site at our Workforce1 Career Centers. The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline offers two versions of this program. The first is geared toward young adults (aged 18-24) with their high school equivalency who are looking to gain tech skills. The second program is designed for individuals with cultural barriers to employment, with a focus on foreign-born New Yorkers who are authorized to work in the United States. Candidates should have basic digital literacy and an interest in pursuing a career in technology. For more information about each program (including how to apply), please contact the Washington Heights Workforce1 Career Center at (929) 841-5050. For the young adult program, please contact the West Farms Workforce1 Career Center at (929) 240-7927.
The Series A: QA training program is delivered in partnership with Per Scholas and prepares students to become quality assurance (QA) testers. QA testers spot, diagnose, and track problems using testing tools and computer programming basics. During this four-month, part-time program, students will learn the skills necessary to be successful as QA testers and build lifelong careers in tech. Entry-level QA testers make approximately $40,000 per year. After graduation, participants receive ongoing support during their job search and connection to job opportunities in the field. Applications for this program are currently closed. Please check back for more information. Learn more about Series A: QA.
The Series A: IT training program is delivered in partnership with Per Scholas and prepares students to work as entry-level IT Engineers. This five-month, part-time course covers a wide range of topics from deploying computer operating systems to networking. It includes hands-on activities like taking apart a computer to troubleshooting wireless connections and inputting network settings on user devices. Entry-level IT Engineers make approximately $40,000 per year. After graduation, participants receive ongoing support during their job search and connection to job opportunities in the field. Applications for this program are currently closed. Please check back for more information. Learn more about Series A: IT.