Help Us Increase Access to Careers in Tech

When you partner with Reskill Americans, you help underrepresented minorities get started on a career path in tech, and ultimately, contribute to long-term economic advancement.

Our partners enable us to deliver our tuition-free software development training, mentorship and community to our participants. We also seek companies to hire our participants into entry-level jobs or paid internships at the end of our program.

Woman working at a laptop in a library.
Nia Bailey completed our 2021 program as a UI/UX designer.

Thank You!

We want to thank the many industry experts who participate in our town halls, job fairs or other virtual events and share their insights with our participants.

Check out our YouTube Channel for a full list of speakers and events.

Companies

We help companies diversify their rapidly growing tech workforce by scaling up tuition-free software development training and mentorship to historically underrepresented racial minorities.

We introduce companies to a large pool of diverse candidates that have enrolled in our rigorous, tuition-free software development program.

We seek partners to:

  • Hire our participants for full-time software development roles. *
  • Hire our participants for paid internships. *
  • Recruit your employees for our Volunteer Program. (See the Volunteer section for details).

* Reskill Americans is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We supplement donor funds through a fee-for-service placement program.

Why partner with us:

  • Get access to a large pool of qualified, diverse tech candidates from which to recruit. *
  • Engage your employees in impactful work that helps create a career path in tech for minorities.
  • Help increase the representation of minorities in the tech community and create long-term economic opportunities

* Reskill Americans is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. We supplement donor funds through a fee-for-service placement program.

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Volunteers

We seek volunteers, ideally software developers or UI/UX product designers, to engage with – and/or mentor – our participants throughout our seven-month program.

Our participants are determined, driven and committed to learning what’s required to get a job in the tech industry. They often have extensive experience in other industries, and some have graduate degrees.

We seek volunteers to:

  • Speak at our Town Halls: Participate in informal Q&A about how you got started in tech, your current job, and what you look for when hiring people.
  • Provide our participants one-on-one coaching and mentorship that’s aligned to your tech skills.
  • Provide job prep advice such as mock interviews, resume review, job search tips, etc.

Why volunteer with us:

  • Perfect your skills: there’s no better way to hone your skills than by teaching them to others. It’s fun and rewarding!
  • Volunteer when it works for you: we just require a minimum of two hours per week for at least two consecutive months.
  • No mentoring background required: just commitment and an openness to sharing your career experiences.
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