Our mission is to make pathways to
tech jobs accessible to everyone.

Today, millions of Americans are unemployed or underemployed. At the same time, there are currently hundreds of thousands of unfilled, high-paying, software engineering jobs. Our goal is to create a model that reduces friction and risk to help people reinvent themselves, and take full advantage of the unment demand for over 1.4M software engineering jobs that are estimated to be created in the next four years alone.

As a public benefit corporation, we seek to:

Create a program that advances skills with a culture that draws out the best in us.
Provide opportunity for those willing and able to become a professional web developer.
Increased access to the 21st century workforce.


Guild Tracker

Our learning environment is rigorously goal-driven,
and personally and professionally rewarding.
Here are the current number of learners at each stage:

At Learners Guild we bet on anyone who has the drive and dedication to become a professional web developer. We are also betting that by building a new, more accessible on-ramp into the tech industry, that we will also contribute to building a workforce that is available to everyone.

Racial Demographics

Gender Demographics

81% of our learners started with a pre guild income of less than $50k; only 14% of our graduates earn less than $50k (in part time or internship positions).

86% of our graduates' starting salary is greater than $50k (27% earn between $75k-$100k and 9% earn more than $100k)

Percentage of Members earning greater than $75k grew from 13% to 36%

Pre-guild income:

  • < $20,000
  • $20,000-$49,999
  • $50,000-$74,999
  • $75,000-$100,000
  • >$100,000

Post-guild income: