Author: Yvette Scorse

New Baltimore Site Director to Lead Expansion

Chrissie Powell Is Bringing Byte Back to Baltimore WASHINGTON, DC –Byte Back, a growing tech education nonprofit, today announced that Chrissie Powell was named as the organization’s Baltimore Site Director, leading the launch of its first expansion outside the Washington, D.C. metro region. This past October, Byte Back won a $1 million CAD ($775,000 USD) TD […]

Byte Back’s New Mission

Byte Back is entering 2019 with a clear vision. We’re focused on offering students a pathway of tech training to help them reach their career goals, this year and beyond. We are proud to introduce a mission statement that matches our commitment to inclusive education and our students’ success in launching living-wage careers that use […]

LISTEN: Byte Back Chats with Lizzie from ‘Reply All’ Podcast

By Yvette Scorse, Communications Director One day, our comms team (Chris Miller and I) were doing our usual perusing of Byte Back’s Twitter notifications (yes, we read your tweets, so keep tagging us!). We noticed that a few DC tech friends had tagged us on Twitter … Such a good episode of @replyall and then […]

Byte Back Featured on NBC Washington’s Harris’ Heroes

HARRIS’ HEROES: Organization Helps Adults Embrace the Digital Age On November 2, Byte Back was featured on NBC Washington’s Harris’ Heroes. Bernadine, “Bernie,” was one of the students interviewed and shared how Byte Back courses have given her the instruction and motivation she needs to meet her career goals. Watch Bernie’s and Denise’s stories and […]

After 30 Years, a New Career in the Making

Patricia was interviewed by the BBC about why she chose to pursue training and a career in tech. By Yvette Scorse, Communications Director In today’s economy, retirement isn’t always the end of a career. Especially in Washington, DC, where the cost of living is twice as high as in other states, Social Security checks don’t usually […]

Byte Back Wins $360k(again!) at WeWork Global Finals

Byte Back Competed at the Creator Awards Global Finals at Madison Square Garden In March, WeWork saw something special in Byte Back – tech career training that started 20 years ago and brings economic opportunity to hundreds in the DC community today. Byte Back won the biggest prize at WeWork’s DC Creator Awards – $360,000. Since then, the Creator Awards […]

Tu Si Puedes – Beginner Computer Skills in Spanish

Together, as a community, we can do so much. This is Byte Back’s first class in partnership with Trabajadores Unidos de Washington (Workers United of Washington DC), and already we’re confident this relationship will benefit our community for classes to come. The PC for Beginners students, who are members of the Trabajadores Unidos group, are […]