WE SUPPORT THE NEXTGEN
OF DIVERSE WORKERS
With DE&I at the center, College Code supports the development and implementation of career-centered learning solutions for education institutions & non-profits.
Since inception, our workforce development solutions have reached over 2,000 students & professionals across the United States.
How is your organization planning
to address these concerns and prepare for the future?
EXPLORE OUR JUMPSTART TO CAREER PROGRAM ©
Our signature program, Jumpstart to Career is a robust development series preparing students & graduates for the future of work. The program was designed from a DE&I lens and includes collaborative, thought-provoking, and supportive learning and interactivity for all learning styles.
Discover in-demand skills & competencies sought by global employers or in pursuit of entrepreneurship
Build social capital and maximize relationships by connecting with industry professionals & leaders
Make informed career choices that yield fulfillment and opportunity
The program is a tiered model based on desired outcomes. The full investment will be confirmed during the 30-minute consultation.
*Amid COVID-19, this program is only being offered virtually.
"As a scholarship organization, we know that simply graduating our scholars is not sufficient, and we need to offer resources to help our scholars in their transition from the higher ed environment to the professional world. Until we met the College Code team, we had been unable to fill that need. College Code develop individualized plans to support our graduates in their career & personal development, asking the important questions and investigating the unconsidered paths.
After working with College Code, our scholars feel supported by a growing network and empowered by their own dreams. Several of our scholars even landed jobs opportunities amid COVID-19.
In addition to career development work, the team has also facilitated work in diversity and inclusion, creating a safe learning space for scholars and alumni to discuss both the interpersonal and systemic impacts of social and racial inequities. We are grateful for our partnership with College Code!"
Executive Director, National Foundation