6:00pm – 9:00pm PT
6:00pm – 9:00pm PT
It’s a priority of ours to remove barriers that prevent someone from entering into the tech industry, so we’ve intentionally scheduled and priced our classes in a way that makes them accessible to all. In just six weeks, students learn a new skill or programming language. Classes are offered from 6p-9p, two nights a week, for just $250. This helps remove the main barriers – such as normal working hours and financial limitations – that keep parents, students, 9a-5p workers, and anyone else from entering the technology industry.
Starts May 17, 2021
Websites for beginners. (Virtual Course) Build websites in HTML5, CSS3. Learn industry tools, page construction, industry-specific terminology. No coding experience required!
Starts May 18, 2021
Mobile Friendly Websites (building on Websites for Beginners). (Part II of II) Build responsive websites. Learn responsive web concepts, CSS frameworks, advanced layout techniques with Flexbox and introduction to responsive design.
Bitwise’s Apprenticeship Program is built to bridge the gap between learning and working in the tech industry. Participants in this paid internship program work on real projects under the supervision of a seasoned technical lead. Apart from the day-to-day workload, apprentices will have several opportunities to sharpen their skills and give back to the larger tech community by leading workshops, meetings, and co-teaching courses.
Types of Apprenticeships
Over the past few years, we’ve expanded our Tech Apprenticeship program to include topics such as
Participants in our Tech Apprenticeship program come from a variety of backgrounds, creating a diverse and inclusive community including apprentices who are: Low-Income, Veterans, Women, LGBTQ+ Formerly Incarcerated.
Step 1: All Apprentices are required to take at least one Workforce Training course prior to their Apprenticeship. So if you haven’t already … sign up! Many students have never coded before, so don’t worry about your experience level.
Step 3: We seek out students with grit, self determination, and a focus on diversity and inclusion. Apprentices should be actively seeking a career and committed to learning and refining their craft.
Step 2: Once in your class, let a member of the Workforce Training team know you’re interested in the Tech Apprenticeship program. Your name will be added to our ongoing Apprenticeship candidate list where we identify individuals for future Tech Apprenticeships.
Step 4: If you aren’t selected, don’t worry! Your name will stay on our candidate list and we may reach out again in the future.