Tech Apprentice Program

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You and your company
can help a high school student
become a tech leader!

Take part in the Tech Apprentice program!

Coordinated by Boston Private Industry Council, BATEC (Broadening Advanced Technological Education Connections)
and Boston Public Schools’ Office of Instructional and Information Technology Office – TechBoston Program

Tech Apprentice Yearly Timeline
March to May
Employer Internship Description Forms Submitted
Download and submit the form = great apprentice for you!

July to August
Summer Jobs in Progress
July through August, 2016
Get the info – don’t get left out!

End of Summer Celebration
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Don’t be left out!
Hire a Tech Apprentice — like these great companies!

Need more information on Tech Apprentice, or its related programs?
Request info here.

Tech Apprentice Internship

Sign Up for Summer!Program DetailsCompany Membership Apprentice Skillsets
Sign Up for Summer!

Don’t wait ’til the last minute! Get started NOW!

Complete this job order form and Tech Apprentice Account Manager Olu Ibrahim will follow-up!

Remember—employers have complete control over all hiring decisions.

Program Details

• Seven-week internship opportunity at your company for technologically skilled high school students from Boston and the Boston Metro Area

• Talented high school students interested in IT majors or careers

• Summer 2015 (July 6 to August 21, 2015)

• Students think IT is a vanishing industry
• Participate in building the technology workforce development pipeline
• Cost-effective source of valuable technical skills

• $2,500 per student ( not including employer taxes)
• TechBoston can process student payroll for your company from $3,000 per student

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Company Membership
Join over 74 companies who have had successful internship placements in the past!

• AECOM • Ambri • Audax • Group • BATEC • Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts • Boston Center for Youth and Families • Boston Data Financial Services • Boston College • Boston Properties • Boston Public Library • Boston Public Schools • Brilliant Geeks • Cambridge College • CBT Architects • Colliers Internationals • The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay • Divya Energy • Environments at Work • Episcopal Divinity School • Federal Reserve Bank of Boston • Fidelity Investments, Goodwin Proctor, LLC • Greater Boston Media • John Hancock Financial Services • MetaMovements Dance Company • MIT OpenCourseware • Museum of Fine Arts • Museum of Science • Neighborhood Health Plan • NEPC, LLC • NESN • Red Sox • Sasaki Associates • State Street • Technology for Autism Now, Inc. • TERC • UMass Boston • U.S.S. Constitution Museum • Vertex Pharmaceuticals • Wayfair • Welch’s •

See the full list of companies and job profiles here.

Apprentice Skillsets

Tech Apprentices add their skillsets to your company’s bottom line:

  • Software Installation
  • Repair PC Hardware
  • Cisco Networking
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Coding: Java, JavaScript, HTML, Python, Ruby on Rails, C++ & more!
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Website UX/Design
  • SQL, Visual Basic
  • Database Management
  • Film Production
  • Social Media and Networking
  • Graphic Design
  • And Much Much More!

Interested in the Tech Apprentice Programs? Request Info Here

Check out these alternate opportunities to support the Tech Apprentice community:

Job Shadow DayTech Apprentice BreakfastMock InterviewsCareer Speakers
Job Shadow Day
You and your company have the opportunity to provide a local teen with a firsthand look at the skills and knowledge required to succeed in a career.

Signing up for Job Shadow Day demonstrates a commitment to supporting and improving the community. Individual hosts benefit from the satisfaction that comes with mentoring a young person and introducing him or her to a new career.

  • PIC career specialists work directly with students to prepare them for the experience through a series of career readiness workshops.
  • When you sign up, the PIC will e-mail you a brief “host’s guide” that includes suggested activities to help structure the event.
  • You simply provide a brief job description to help PIC staff match with student career interests.
Click here to request more information.
Tech Apprentice Breakfast
The Tech Apprentice Breakfast kickED off the Tech Apprentice Internship program on February 26, 2015.
Many company representatives enjoyed thisfun (and tasty) way to find out more about the Tech Apprentice program.

If you’d like to find out more about this event in February 2016, please contact us here.

Mock Interviews
In preparation for the summer jobs program, BostonPIC hosts Mock Interview Week during April school vacation with employer volunteers from around the city.

Mock interviews give students the opportunity to practice interviewing and sharpen their interpersonal skills in a professional setting. Employers donate their experience and two-hours of their time to significantly improve a student’s chance of landing a summer job. Each two-hour mock interview session is coordinated to fit employer schedules.

If you have experience interviewing potential candidates, this is a great opportunity to assist students.
Click here to request more information.

Career Speakers
Throughout the school year, the Boston Private Industry Council coordinates opportunities for local professionals to share their career stories with Boston Public School classes. Career Speakers inspire students and provide valuable guidance for students who are just beginning to imagine their own career paths.

The length of the presentation is up to you. Whatever your interests and time constraints, the PIC staff can work with you and the school to design the most effective and convenient approach.

If you’d like to find out more about the Career Speakers program, click here to request more information.

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Tech Apprentice is a program of the following organizations: