The Byte Back Pathway
“Byte Back has opened my eyes and brought new opportunities that I really never thought I would have. I gave myself that chance, and now I’m making more.”
The Byte Back Difference
Why Byte Back?
Our graduates have the potential to transform their lives. Here’s what you’ll gain in the program and why employers choose to hire Byte Back graduates:
You are welcome at Byte Back. Free classes let you focus on what matters most: your potential.
Graduate with technical and professional skills that appeal to hiring managers.
Earn industry-recognized certifications from Microsoft and CompTIA.
Students and alumni get help with resume and cover letter reviews, interview practice, internships, and job placement.
Find your supportive community of instructors, classmates, mentors, and networking support, supporting you along your path.
Find Your Track
Administrative Professional Track graduates launch careers as:
Account Payables Specialists
Customer Service Representatives
IT Professional Track graduates launch careers as:
Help Desk Tier I & II Support
IT Support Specialists
Technical Support Specialists
Desktop Support Technicians
Byte Back Graduates Earn More
Earn a living-wage salary in your career as an Administrative Professional
Administrative Assistant median salary in DC:
$48,220 per year
Administrative Assistant median salary in Baltimore:
$40,580 per year
Move into your new high-paying career as an IT Professional
Computer User Support Specialist salary in DC:
$66,390 per year
Computer User Support Specialist salary in Baltimore:
$52,940 per year
Byte Back Graduates Have More Opportunities
Admin Projected Job Openings:
Administrative Assistant (DC):
Administrative Assistant (Maryland):
IT Projected Job Openings:
Computer User Support Specialist (DC):
Computer User Support Specialist (Maryland):
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...