New York is home to the headquarter office in the South Bronx with IT training operations in the Bronx and now parts of Manhattan serving more than 500 individuals a year through our courses. Per Scholas is the oldest and largest IT Workforce Development organization in the city — more than 4,500 trained since 1998 — and the only one of its kind serving individuals 18 and up, providing New Yorkers the help they need regardless of age. If you are here to apply, get started by clicking here. If you want to learn more, continue reading.
All Per Scholas programs, no matter where they operate, combine three essential components:
• High quality, hands-on technical skills training led by certified and experienced instructors, with a curriculum designed to help students achieve passage of one or more IT professional certification exams.
• Extensive “soft skills” instruction, including job-seeking skills (resume preparation, interviewing and job negotiation); and workplace skills (teamwork, communication, presentation, customer service, etc.).
• Ongoing, individualized support for job placement, personal and career development. These support services lead to a consistent 75-percent post-training job placement rate.
All courses begin year-round on a rolling basis and services are free thanks to the support of our private and corporate supporters. Get a first-hand account of the Per Scholas training experience through our Student of the Month features. Learn more about our Urban Development Center by clicking here.
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CompTIA A+ & Network+ Certifications
CompTIA A+ & CCNA Certifications
Locations: Bronx (some training hosted at Borough of Manhattan Community College)
Software Testing Education Program (STEP)
Women in Tech (women only, CompTIA A+ & Network+ Certifications)
804 East 138th Street, 2nd Floor
Bronx, NY 10454
We are no longer holding classes at our Brooklyn location.
VOLUNTEERS, CORPORATE PARTNERS, & DONORS
The success of Per Scholas depends on much more than our instructors, administrators, computer labs and equipment. We rely on numerous partners to power the daily impacts we generate in the lives of our students and graduates. Learn how to donate to a new beginning, partner, hire a graduate or volunteer to join our mission.