Programs Overview

Our Programs

The Knowledge House helps our young people access digital skills training, postsecondary education, and career opportunities through our innovative programs

The Karim Kharbouch Coding Fellowship

*Eligibility: Ages 16-24*

The Karim Kharbouch Coding Fellowship (KKCF) was co-founded in 2019 with Bronx Hip Hop artist French Montana to provide code and design curriculum to immigrant high school youth in the Bronx.

Through a 12-month fellowship program, Fellows will complete 80 hours of summer curriculum to prepare them for college, the future of Work, and STEM careers, while participating in monthly career workshops throughout the academic year and has now available in our expansion site.

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The Innovation Fellowship

*Eligibility: ages 18+, household income under $50,000 or receive government benefits such as SNAP*

The Knowledge House Innovation Fellowship is designed to promote technology-based career opportunities for New York, Los Angeles, Newark, and Atlanta residents in the areas of web development, data science, and design.

The fellowship serves ages 18-35 from diverse backgrounds, some with little-to-no formal post-secondary education or tech experience, and transforms them into entry-level programmers.

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TKH Application Process