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Tech Jobs Tour

Helping Diverse + Non Traditional Talent Find Jobs

This tour will bring together diverse and non-traditional talent with companies who need their skills the most.

Right now America has over 500,000 open tech jobs – by 2020 this number will grow to over 1 million. At the time same time, over 60% of all new coders, engineers and data scientists are emerging from bootcamps and industry-current vocational schools.

Learn More About How Our Events Work

Speed Mentoring

Speed mentoring == networking that doesn’t suck! It’s a great way to build relationships quickly and connect with other people in tech. We especially seek mentors and mentees in software development and design, QA, data science, and product management. To sign up, just tell us what skills you have and which skills you’d like to learn.

Interested in mentorship? Contact Angie Coleman at

Showcase + Demos

Past Participants: Make School, Dev Bootcamp, Hackbright Academy, Hack Reactor, Grace Hopper Academy, Coding Dojo, Telegraph Track, BLOC, MotherCoders, Floodgate Academy, The Iron Yard, Turing School, Galvanize, Metis,, Fullstack Academy, MakerSquare, Rithm School, Epicodus, General Assembly, by Thoughtbot, Grace Hopper Program, DevMountain,, UT Austin Coding Boot Camp, and more.

Interested in having your company demo? Contact Mitali Chakraborty at

Tech Career Fair


5:00PM: Doors Open
5:00-9:00PM: Tech Career Fair
5:30PM: Host Welcoming
5:15-5:45PM: Speed Mentoring
6:00PM: Tech Ecosystem Speakers
6:15-6:45PM: Speed Mentoring
7:00-7:30PM: Coding Bootcamp Showcase (So you want to learn to code?)
8:15-8:45PM: Speed Mentoring
9:00PM: Doors Close

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    Tue, Jun 20th

    5:00pm – 9:00pm

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    Tech Jobs Tour

    We are connecting the current and next generation of technical talent, which happens to be more diverse.

    That’s right. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ people are opting for more affordable and accessible coding bootcamps and online education programs over 4-year computer science degrees. At the heart of our events is a deep commitment to representation in tech. We do that by showcasing top tech talent who are changing the world, who happen to be women, people of color, LGBTQ, veterans and people with disabilities. Our goal is to push the industry towards a higher standard, a technology sector that is representative of the people who live in this country. because we believe, together, we can and will change the face of technology to help American workers get the jobs they deserve.

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