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Techtonica offers a free, full-time, 6-month Javascript apprenticeship program for women and non-binary low-income adults in San Francisco, California. Techtonica is a nonprofit bootcamp which aims to build more diverse technical teams by teaching technology skills like full stack software development, project management, UI/UX design, and data analysis to underrepresented groups in the tech industry. The program also covers apprentices’ living and child-care costs.

Entry to the Techtonica program is competitive – applicants should be self-motivated, resilient, logical, hardworking, and ready to make sacrifices. Applicants must be a woman or non-binary, feminine-adjacent adult, digitally literate, earn less than $50,000 a year, and have lived in the Bay Area for at least one year. The application process is as follows: submit an online form, if invited, join an introductory conversation, attend a coding workshop, complete a take-home challenge, complete a long-form application, and then attend an in-person assessment. After a one-month trial, participants who work the hardest who meet and exceed expectations will be invited to continue for the remaining five months of the program.

The Techtonica team includes software engineers, community volunteers and leaders, non-profit and startup founders, teachers, curriculum development specialists, venture capitalists, and social impact strategists. Upon successful completion of the six-month program, apprentices are skilled software development professionals who receive job placement opportunities with Techtonica partner companies.

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      • Apprenticeship

        In PersonFull Time
        Start Date None scheduled
        Class sizeN/A
        LocationSan Francisco
        Students will learn full stack JavaScript, project management, UI/UX design, and data analysis.
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        Minimum Skill LevelN/A
        Placement TestNo

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