1. YouTube Shares Their Tips to Telegraph Track Aspiring Software Engineers

    What do you get when YouTube engineers host Telegraph Track students at their office? We put this question to today’s Hack Reactor blog post guest: Director of Growth and Inclusion, Albrey Brown. He discusses the highlights from the visit and how Telegraph Track students received great nuggets of inspiration and motivation! Telegraph Track’s goal is to diversify the tech industry by actively recruiting talented, underrepresented people, who’d like to transition their careers by becoming Software Engineers. Let’s hear how the YouTube tour went.

    Take it away Albrey!

  2. Hack Reactor Opens Telegraph Academy, Coding School Focused on Closing Tech Diversity Gap

    Hack Reactor has announced the founding of a unique school: Telegraph Academy, a mission-driven, immersive coding program for people of color. Founded by Hack Reactor alumni and instructors Bianca Gandolfo and Albrey Brown, Telegraph Academy will create pathways into tech for communities that have been underrepresented in the industry. Through financing options and prep courses, this school will be accessible to motivated people, regardless of experience or financial situation. Telegraph Academy is located in Berkeley, CA, with plans to cross the border into Oakland early next year. The first cohort of its three-month course starts June 29, and the school is currently accepting applications.

  3. Partner School Telegraph Academy’s Month-long Prep Course Creates Accelerated Track for Beginners

    Our partner school Telegraph Academy, located in the East Bay across from San Francisco, is committed to providing coding education for underrepresented minorities, regardless of technical background or availability of funds. In addition to offering Hack Reactor’s 12-week immersive curriculum, Telegraph Academy is reaching out to the community to help beginners get basic skills, develop confidence and connect with a network of motivated & supportive learners and mentors.