Tech Immersion Program
This class is designed to give it’s students the skills that they will need to be productive employees in the modern technology-driven workplace. Students will be introduced to many new technologies and software that business use everyday, technology that employers expect potential employees know.
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Justice through code
Justice Through Code (JTC), a partnership between the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School and the Center for Justice at Columbia University, is a free full-stack web development intensive and interpersonal skills course for formerly incarcerated or legal system-involved individuals.
Taught from September to February, the course teaches Python, Django, HTML, CSS, and MySQL. Professional skills topics include business communication, resume writing, interviewing skills, networking, and personal narrative development.
Students are expected to spend 20 hours per week on course content including 8 hours of live class sessions weekly.