Build In-Demand Skills Employers Are Looking For


“If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough. “ – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, first elected female head of state in Africa

You know you’re capable of much more than you’re doing right now. You’ve got the desire—all you need are the skills and support to launch a challenging and rewarding career in technology. Go ahead and dream big!


1. Online application
Review our courses to see what is currently available. Then complete our online application to get started. Don’t worry—you’re not committing to the program yet. In Step 3 you can ask questions and get the answers you need to determine if you want to continue.

2. Pairin assessment
After you submit an application, we will send you a link to a Pairin assessment which should take 15-20 minutes to complete. Pairin measures social and emotional skills, and was developed with all different types of people in mind, in order to make the application process more equitable. We’ve found that this survey fast-forwards the conversation with you as we determine your fit for our training program. 

3. Admission overview and technical aptitude test
After you complete the Pairin assessment, you’ll receive an invitation to attend an in-person admissions overview where all your questions will be answered. Instructions about how to attend will be provided in the invitation. At this session you will also be given a technical aptitude test that aligns with the course offering.

4. Interviews
If you pass the technical aptitude test and meet other eligibility requirements, we will schedule one or two interviews to determine your fit and any special needs you may have that we can help you address. During the interview, we will ask about your education, life experience, and plans for the future.

5. Enrollment
If we agree that you’re ready for this training, we’ll let you know right away and try to enroll you in a course that starts within 1-2 months.

We provide training for a wide variety of career positions including application developer, network support engineer, data engineer, quality engineer, security operations center analyst, and more.

Read frequently asked questions and their answers to learn more about how we help students and employers enjoy shared success.