Per Scholas Featured in the New York Times
Filling jobs in the current market has shown to take more than direct hard skills. Job applicants are finding that in order to land a position amid the post-pandemic job market, they need to focus on career development as well. At Per Scholas, professional development is part of all of our training in addition to our free technical training tracks so our learners are knowledgeable in the field and have professional skills such as resume writing, interview tips, and professional connections.
Between upskilling and providing mentorship and coaching once our learners graduate, Per Scholas graduates are prepared for a career in technology with no end for growth in sight. As stated in the New York Times article, the comprehensive training approach has been refined at successful nonprofits that have spent decades dedicated to lifting people into the middle class.
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