Our Partners

We Support the White House TechHire Initiative

Skillspire Supports Obama's TechHire InitiativeIn March 2015, President Obama launched the TechHire initiative based on a simple idea: Building a pipeline of tech talent can bring new jobs to local economies, facilitate business growth, and give local residents a pathway into the middle class. To build such a pipeline, TechHire addresses employers’ great need for technology talent with emerging models for quickly training people with limited in-going technology skills to be job-ready in months, not years.

Skillspire partners with TechHire and will work to build an IT career pipeline for, young adults, and others—including Native American, veterans, and frontline workers looking to upskill. This program will connect participants with a customized training track based on their needs.The program aims to prepare participants for career pathways in two high-growth IT occupations: Computer User Support Specialist and Computer Programmer. Read more about the TechHire initiative.

Community Partners

At Skillspire, we're supporting our students and graduates through partnerships with career resource groups in the Greater Seattle community. We've listed a few of them below. If you have questions or would like to partner with Skillspire, please send us an email to get started: info@skillspire.net.

Highline College's Welcome Back Center

Skillspire Community Partners: Highline College

Neighborhood House

Skillspire Community Partners: Neighborhood House

Partner in Employment

Skillspire Community Partners: Partner in Employment

Seattle Jobs Initiative

Skillspire Community Partners: Seattle Jobs Initiative

TRAC Associates

Skillspire Community Partners: TRAC Associates

Washington Career Bridge

Skillspire Community Partners: Washington Career Bridge

Accredited by Workforce Training & Education Coordinating Board

Skillspire Community Partners: Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board


Skillspire Community Partners: WorkSource