We have combined all of our knowledge from working with hundreds of candidates in tech into a program to help you build your network and nail future interviews.
As part of the Boot Camp journey, we offer all our students the chance to join our Career Coaching Program for free. In parallel with your Boot Camp studies, you can choose to participate in sessions with guests, and receive coaching in how to build your profile, build your network and nail job interviews.
The Career Coaching Program offers bookable one-to-one coaching with professional career coaches, guest speakers, a professional recruiter as a mentor, and other activities to help you find a new job.
Main focus areas:
Program start date: Eight weeks into the boot camp.
Program end date: The program activities end four weeks after the Boot Camp graduation, but we offer one-to-one help and feedback up to six months after graduation.
Pricing: Included in the Boot Camp course fee.
Scope: Minimum 1-2 hours weekly.
Length: 20 weeks.
Help and coaching
Including one-to-one coaching and group coaching in all stages of the job searching process.
An assigned career mentor
Our community of professional recruiters will offer help and guidance.
We invite inspiring speakers and experts on different parts of the recruitment process.
Activities to prepare you for job search
Exercises and training to prepare you for the tech recruitment process.
Our community of alumni
Access our private alumni network with hundreds of graduates who've already been hired.
Reflections from career changers
Written by Emma Urman, Technigo student 2020
Written by Henrike Wiemker, Technigo student 2020
Written by Joel Harde, Technigo student 2020
My name is Agnes Billgren and I work as Business Developer at Extrapreneur AB. For the past few years, I've spent my time doing a poor impression of Liam Neeson from Taken; finding people who do not wish to be found. Liam spends his time finding pieces of the European mob, I spend my time finding senior developers and tech leads. Who’s to say who has the more difficult task?