1. Hack Reactor and Mission Bit Announce Partnership to Create Pipeline into Tech for San Francisco Students

    Mission Bit, a local non-profit offering free programming classes taught by experienced engineers and entrepreneurs, joins Hack Reactor in an exciting partnership that was announced Friday night at Mission Bit’s Demo Day, an event where Mission Bit students showcased their projects. The partnership between Hack Reactor and Mission Bit will create a track for San Francisco United School District (SFUSD) alums to attend a series of Hack Reactor network courses, enabling them to get software engineering positions in the area. SFUSD is the seventh largest school district in California, educating over 57,000 students every year. Utilizing project-based learning similar to Hack Reactor’s curriculum, Mission Bit provides a space for young San Francisco-based teens to build core computer science concepts and practical application skills to help them succeed in the tech job sector.