Tech Alliance Applicant Information

Program Eligibility

The Tech Alliance serves traditionally underrepresented populations, including justice-impacted individuals, individuals and families living in poverty, disconnected youth, and youth aging out of the foster care system. To qualify for Tech Alliance you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

You must be a resident and citizen of the State of Tennessee
a. Justice involved (including incarcerated, on probation, parole, or formerly under supervision)
b. The family member of someone who is justice-involved
c. Opportunity youth
d. Youth aging out of the Foster Care system
e. TANF-eligible
You must possess a high school diploma/GED/HiSet or equivalent skills.
  • Class will be 4 days a week, 3 hours a day
  • Participants should expect to spend 20 hours a week total on the program (8 hours of work a week outside of class)
Program Pathways

Upon acceptance to the program, each applicant will begin with Intro to Technology. Then, participants will jump into the front end development curriculum. Once the participant has completed the front end development curriculum, the participant may choose one of the following pathways to complete their certification: full stack development, project management, data analysis, IT support.

Case Management

Case management for the duration of the program, plus an additional year after completion.

○ Mental health counseling

○ Substance use counseling

○ Assistance in areas like housing, employment, transportation, obtaining insurance, adult education, etc.

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