A local non-profit dedicated to diversity and inclusion in higher education, as well as the tech industry
Individuals on their journey to pursue a rewarding career in a growing, and much needed, field
Local businesses, both big and small, that need qualified tech talent to bridge the digital divide and stay relevant
Providing free tech curriculum to Connecticut high schools
District Innovation and Venture Center (DIVC) has partnered with Milestone C to provide groundbreaking STEM programs, along with teacher training and support, to Connecticut-based high schools at no cost. This will be made possible through a grant from DIVC, which will be awarded to up to ten local schools, to cover the cost of implementing Milestone C’s Software Design & Integration and Robotics & Automated Systems programs for the 2020 / 2021 school year.
The GRANT application date for Connecticut-based high schools is March 27, 2020. Apply for the Grant
Join DIVC and Milestone C in their efforts to prepare more students for the technology careers of today and tomorrow.
What industry leaders are saying about our students:
"Holberton is producing remarkable, Ivy League-caliber graduates without the costs, the time, or the prerequisites."
— Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn
"As companies in traditional industries increasingly rely on software to transform their business, Holberton School will be training talented local students to become world-class software engineers, ready to contribute from their first day on the job."
— Indra Nooyi, former CEO of PepsiCo
"Every survey done by every organization says talent is the number one issue for companies and corporations. We’re not getting the hirable talent we need. We need to fix it. "
— David Salinas, CEO of District
Top companies hire our students
Our students have landed software engineering employment across all industries and company sizes. See some of the employers who have hired our students.