Connecting People to Possibilities
Every adult deserves the chance for free tech training and a pathway to a successful career. Every employer deserves the chance to work with diverse, skilled talent. That connection starts here.
Byte Back continues to offer virtual classes for students and virtual work for staff during the pandemic. Limited in-person activities are available by appointment only in DC and Baltimore. See updates here.
For Career Seekers
Start your new career with free computer and IT classes that help you earn more.
Fill your hiring needs and stack your team with a diverse group of certified top talent.
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Trailblazing a Path to Success for Every Student
Byte Back provides a pathway of inclusive tech training that leads to living-wage careers.
At Byte Back, people of color, women, and others who have been left out of the modern digital world find new opportunities. With accessible, inclusive tech training, graduates gain the skills and certifications needed to launch meaningful living-wage careers.
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Our graduates are technically trained, career-minded professionals. They’ve got the skills, the motivation, and the most in-demand administrative and IT certifications. This is your chance to get them on your team.
Byte Back's pathway of free training puts tech careers within reach for all adults.
In 2019, 57 grads were hired. On average, they increased their annual salary by
took a class in DC or
Baltimore in 2019
Inclusive opportunities for groups traditionally left out of the tech sector
- 61% 61%
People of Color
- 95% 95%
Byte Back News & Updates
Moments of Inspiration, Momentum & Gratitude: CEO Elizabeth Lindsey Shares Her Journey at Byte Back Editor's Note: Elizabeth Lindsey will be stepping down from her position as CEO of Byte Back on April 2, 2021. Our staff and board are so grateful for her...
Regina originally heard about Byte Back years ago, but it wasn’t until the pandemic that she had time to take courses. She had lost her full-time job, and she thought an introductory computer class would help her into new employment. “I had started courses before,"...
ANNOUNCEMENT AND MEDIA RELEASELeading Tech Inclusion Nonprofit Begins Search for New Leader WASHINGTON, DC - Byte Back CEO Elizabeth Lindsey is stepping down on April 2. Lindsey led Byte Back since 2015 and will continue to support Byte Back’s mission and work. In...
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