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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
UPDATED DECEMBER 17, 2020 As we continue through this crisis, Byte Back is committed to making thoughtful decisions that prioritize the wellness of our community and being transparent with our updates. We will continue to work and train almost entirely virtually at...
Dear Friend, I hope you and your family are having a happy and healthy holiday season. My name is Barclay Gonzalez and I am an IT End User Support Technician and proud Byte Back graduate. I can honestly say that Byte Back is why I have a job now – and with your...
This piece was originally published in Technical.ly DC on October 15, 2020 as a guest post by Yvette Scorse, Byte Back communications director. See the original here. Byte Back Communications Director Yvette Scorse recaps big themes from the nonprofit's Digital...
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