A collection of 18 posts
Join us on Friday, February 11 for this inclusive event!
Turing is honored to be named a winner of Built In’s esteemed Best Places to Work Awards. The annual awards program (now in its fourth year) includes companies of all sizes—from startups to those in the enterprise—and recognizes both remote-first employers and companies in the eight largest
Who comes to our school?
Turing’s most recent demo comp delivers both.
And why we cultivate it at Turing.
The Student Circle for anyone who identifies as Latinx/Hispanic/Chicanx.
What's the benefit for hiring companies?
The pair discuss what they look forward to helping their instructor teams, Turing students, and future employers manifest.
QueerQoders began as a lunch table for students who identify as LGBTQIA2S+. Now, it is a virtual community and networking space.
What else is behind his story and our school's namesake?
TAPIDA - Turing Asian Pacific Islander Desi Americans - Student Circle started as a Slack channel in Turing's founding year, and now is one of the longest running affinity groups.
Priya Power, who graduated with the 2006 Back-End cohort, shares her experience doing an online program at Turing and building community amongst her classmates.
Celebrating all women and under-represented gender's achievements, increasing visibility, and calling out inequality, is key to having a gender equal workforce and world.
Circles are our student and alumni-led groups that are designed to provide collaboration and support across the program.
Black leaders are essential in tech, education, and every industry beyond.
We could not have gotten through this year without our community
Watch videos of Turing projects to learn more about what our students create.
The last few weeks have been a reminder of the deep and institutionalized racism that exists both in the United States and around the world. We cannot be surprised by, and, at the same time, cannot accept this reality.