TechSF helps unemployed and underemployed Bay Area Residents get the skills they need to get back to work.

Funding for the program comes from the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, meaning eligible participants receive services and training at no cost.  In addition to honing your technical skills, you will have an opportunity to build interpersonal skills and increase your professional network through tailored resources, a responsive learning environment, and a supportive and inclusive community. Through TechSF, hundreds and hundreds of qualified workers have started new chapters at Google, BuzzFeed, Oracle, Restoration Hardware, Benefit Cosmetics, Yahoo, Macys, UCSF, Mozilla, Hack the Hood, and Lawrence Berkeley Labs.

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Job Board

If you already have the skills, but are looking for more experience, check out BAVC's Job Board, updated everyday with full-time, part-time, internt, contract, and volunteer gigs.

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Additional Trainings & Services

Technical expertise can only get you so far. From networking strategies to building a personal brand, our career workshops can take you the rest of the way.


Free tech training, career counseling, industry info and job placement support for 18-to-24 year olds.