Help shape the future of tech hiring. Today.

TechHire is a platform for employers engaged in diverse and inclusive hiring and talent development practices.

We believe

Everyone deserves a fair shot at mastering new skills and pursuing a career.
Everyone can give their best to participate in the progress and growth of tech jobs.
A diverse and inclusive labor market is necessary for our collective success.

Our commitment to you:

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We commit to provide a qualified and diverse pool of candidates that may be overlooked by your current process
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We commit to providing a channel that supports your ability to learn academic content from, and share industry standards with, training providers
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We commit to provide you opportunities to use the best of your company to benefit your community, and to highlight your contributions and successes

Make your commitment, today!

You commit to consider TechHire candidates based on skill for open jobs, internships, and apprenticeships
You commit to participate in inclusive hiring practices prioritizing demonstration of skills
You commit to explore new training models and partnerships to recognize, attract, retain, and promote talent
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Here's what other employers are doing to diversify and expand their tech workforce:

Excella Consulting
Washington, DC
Employers like Excella Consulting understand that educators and employers cannot operate in silos. When employers play a critical role in training, advising and mentoring, they help grow the pipeline of talent for the entire employer community.
GE Digital
Rhode Island
When GE Digital announced they were bringing a 100-person technical office to Rhode Island in June 2016, Governor Raimond, CommerceRI, and the RI Department of Labor & Training partnered with TechHire to help GE hire quickly.
National Interstate Insurance
Akron, Ohio
In Akron, we have an engaged core group of employers that are very interested in TecHire. A lot of our momentum is on the manufacturing side and not on the tech side, so there is a great opportunity to further engage.