Verified outcomes of student success is the core of what we do.
Twice a year, we report our outcomes. We partner with nonprofit agency CIRR to determine key school metrics, such as graduate rate, job placement, and median salary. This partnership includes an annual audit to confirm that our data is accurate, trusted, and timely.
We report on the outcome of every student - no exceptions.
Our purpose is to help our students find success in tech careers. Our golden metric for success is job placement in a tech role after graduating from our program.
Our graduates know the power of a tech education.
Liz Sullivan | 2019 Graduate | Cleveland
Joe Curran | 2019 Graduate | Cleveland
Tech Elevator helps our graduates find a well-paying job in tech and continue to succeed. 83% of 2021 survey respondents met their initial employer through Tech Elevator. 57% of respondents that are 2+ years out of Tech Elevator have been promoted.
Matavia Porter | 2020 Graduate | Wilmington
Aluna Kaur | 2019 Graduate | Cincinnati
Learn how Tech Elevator alumna, Rebecca Sullivan, made the transition from marketing to coding.
Hear from career changers who became software developers; learn what steps they took to explore career paths and how they decided tech was right for them.
Tech Elevator releases its 2021 Annual Alumni Status Report.
When people think about switching careers to the tech industry, most zero in on technical learning and its application. What they quickly realize is missing—career coaching on how to break […]
With all that has changed over the past two years, it’s hard to believe there was a time before Covid-19. One thing that has remained consistent, however, is the increasing […]
From Steel City to NextTech City, Pittsburgh has undergone quite the transformation. Demand for tech jobs in Pittsburgh are on the rise—here’s how to nab one.
Editor’s note: This article was originally published to Anthony Hughes’ LinkedIn here. Today marks two years since Tech Elevator established its Represent Tech Scholarship for historically underrepresented groups; we’re here to […]
We have exciting news to share with you: Tech Elevator has been selected as a 2022 Top Workplace Winner by The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com! The Top Workplace committee reviews […]
To ensure the health and safety of our team and our students, except where prohibited by law, we are requiring that students who wish to learn in-person are up-to-date on […]
Editor’s Note: This article includes excerpts from a blog post originally published to Tech Elevator Instructor Ben Langhinrichs’ personal Linkedin. Visit the full article here. If you’ve ever been […]
By Tech Elevator Instructor Andy Chong Sam In this post, I’ll cover what it means to be a full stack developer, its impact on the skills developers need to learn, […]
By Tech Elevator Instructor Walt Impellicceiri Today I’m answering the question: which programming language should I learn first? It’s a great question. There are hundreds of programming languages out there, […]
As the Great Resignation continues and new technologies disrupt the market, jobs are becoming increasingly obsolete, resulting in a growing talent shortage. There are 11 million open positions in America […]
Companies and employees are facing increased uncertainty as the nature of jobs (and how people perform them) is changing. New technology provides unique and creative solutions, but ultimately leads to […]
It is estimated that more than 120 million workers in the world’s 12 largest economies may need reskilling as a result of intelligent, AI-enabled automations. This paired with the growing […]