Author: Chris Miller

We’re taking action for Digital Inclusion Week. Congress should, too.

This piece was originally published by Technical.ly DC as a guest post by Byte Back Digital Communications Specialist Chris Miller. Byte Back Digital Communications Specialist Chris Miller talks about how the #dctech nonprofit supports the Digital Equity Act in Congress. When Samiria needed a new career to support herself and her nine-year-old, she took action. She found […]

Winter 2018-’19 Graduation

Twice a year, Byte Back students, staff, and supporters come together to celebrate the achievements of our intermediate and advanced course graduates. These dedicated individuals overcame barriers, took on challenges, and ultimately succeeded in gaining invaluable tech skills and moving closer to living-wage careers working with technology. Congratulations to the winter class of ’18-’19, and […]

After 20 Years at Byte Back, She Has a Message for Students

Monique Looks Back at Two Decades of Inspiring Experiences with Students This month I say farewell to my Byte Back colleagues and to you, our students – future IT and business professionals. This has been my second home since 1998, when I started volunteering, then I returned to serve as a Board member, and then […]

28M Low-Tech Jobs Are Gone: Here’s What We Can Do about It

New Research Shows Increasing Need for Digital Skills on the Job By Chris Miller, Communications & Development Associate When Demika was looking for ways to move her career forward a few years ago, she hit a roadblock. Jobs required tech skills that she didn’t learn growing up – not that long ago many of those […]

Three Things to Know About EPIC Expansion into Prince George’s County

EPIC info session

Earlier this week, Byte Back classes started just as they have hundreds of times before over the 20 years the organization has offered tech training and career services classes in Washington, DC. Except one class was a little different: it wasn’t in DC. 1. First Certification Classes Offered Outside of the District This fall, Byte […]