At The Knowledge House, we know what it takes to flourish in the tech economy. Our alums land high-paying jobs, with many at Fortune 500 companies, tech startups, and local community organizations. 75% of our adult graduates land their first job in tech after TKH.
We are currently seeking hiring opportunities for our graduates. Companies large and small companies are invited to hire our talent for on-the-job training while completing coursework, paid 3-month internships during the summer, or open part-time and full-time roles.
“Working with The Knowledge House to include more diverse voices in our workforce has been a very fulfilling experience, and I am honored to continue to work towards this important goal.”
— Gilad Barash
Vice President of Analytics
We know what it takes to flourish in the tech economy, and our alumni land high-paying jobs, many at Fortune 500 companies.
Last year, TKH graduates landed technology roles at Verizon, Dstillery, Citibank, Facebook, and Goldman
Learn how a volunteer partnership with data company, Dstillery, led to a hiring success story and a meaningful partnership.
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, whiteboarding, and coding challenges.
Whether you're a web developer who can create a curriculum or a non-tech professional who can conduct mock interviews, there's a place for you in our Friends in Tech - Volunteer Initiative Program (VIP).
The Friends in Tech - VIP 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:
Senior Software Factory Engineer at Citi
"I have been fortunate to have multiple mentors and teachers throughout my engineering career who helped me grow into the successful technologist I am today. I volunteer at TKH to give back to my community and help mentor and tutor others, especially those under-represented in the tech community. I derive immense satisfaction from seeing the students spend time and dedication learning complex topics in accelerated time frames. I am also extremely proud of the students using their learnings to work on projects to help better their communities and the world."
Bloomberg is partnering with The Knowledge House to provide underserved young people of color with pathways to well-paying tech job through tutoring, mock interviews and more.Learn More