Our volunteers help us carry out our mission of empowering and sustaining a talent pipeline of young technologists and digital leaders. TKH has partnered with numerous industry professionals with varying spheres of influence within the tech space. These volunteers offer professional development, mentoring, and interview preparation. Technical volunteers support fellows with study sessions, white-boarding, and coding challenges.
Whether you’re a web developer who can create curriculum or a non-tech professional who can conduct mock interviews, there’s a place for you in our Volunteer Initiative Program (VIP).
The VIP program is also open to corporations interested in volunteering and sponsorship opportunities. Each year, TKH invites corporations to sponsor our fellows' program needs like technology, internet access, and cash assistance. Sponsor benefits include brand recognition, volunteering and hiring engagements, access to thought-leadership events, speaking opportunities, and cohort naming rights. Committed partners are invited to represent their companies on our Tech Advisory Board. To learn more email Derrick Stroman at email@example.com or sign up below!
Choose from a variety of roles on the events planning committee to help plan and organize fundraisers, graduations, galas, and more.
Interviewers provide valuable feedback for improving student presentation and communication skills to help students gain the confidence needed to prepare for future careers.
Speakers will provide valuable insight from the tech industry and will share their experiences and expertise to empower students.
Deliver an interactive and informative workshop centered around steam and career development topics that will contribute to students’ skills and job readiness.
Volunteers with knowledge and experience with various programming languages will be invited to provide feedback and suggestions on how we can improve our curricula.
Our technical reviewers assess the programming knowledge of students through coding challenges, white-boarding sessions, and skill-level evaluations.
As a mentor, you will focus on the development and growth of TKH students and share relevant insights to support and assist students in achieving their career goals. below
Lend your expertise and provide support and guidance in the form of mentoring, professional and resource development, technical assistance, guest lecturing, reviewing program materials, and advocacy.
“I was grateful for the opportunity to meet with TKH students and share a bit about my experience and career journey. I really enjoyed speaking with the class, was excited to hear their interesting feedback and thought provoking questions, and truly look forward to working with TKH more in the future!”
Last year, TKH’s Business Partnerships Manager onboarded 60 tech professionals to volunteer a total of 226 hours of service! Volunteers, including employees from Capital One, engaged in mentoring our students, reviewing code, and providing interview prep.
Read this article about TKH's partnership with Captial One to learn how TKH engages corporations in volunteering, community engagement, and philanthropy.