About Us
When you get these jobs

that you have been so brilliantly trained for,

just remember

just remember

that your real job is that if you are free,

you need to free somebody else.

you need to free somebody else.

If you have some power,

then your job is to empower somebody else."
- Toni Morrison
It’s time for a deeper conversation about education
The "pipeline problem" is a dangerously simplistic discussion about equity and access in tech.
Gender, race, and socioeconomic status have always been linked to education in the United States.
It’s time to re-examine investments in higher education
Pipeline problems and pedigree bias in tech are dangerously simplistic discussions about equity and access in tech. Gender, race, and socioeconomic status have always been linked to education in the United States.
It’s time to study the history of for-profit education
For-profit education companies have a long, well documented history of exploiting vocational demand for shareholder profit, at the expense of vulnerable and marginalized people.
It’s time to hold employers accountable
Unlike all developed countries, United States employers have never been required by law to participate in workforce development for broad societal benefit. The United States workforce system is so underdeveloped, many argue it was never built at all.
It’s time for systemic change
The system is broken. Non-traditional candidates can’t find job opportunities built for them. Schools can’t place candidates fast enough, or at all. Partners compete for a handful of new employers every year. Everyone is fighting for scraps. It’s time to join forces.
Who We Are & What We Do
We're a grassroots movement to make apprenticeships an industry standard in technology. We accelerate the establishment and growth of apprenticeships in technology through transparency, community, and education.


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