LaGuardia TechHire - Open Code

More than 20,000 new web developers will be needed in 2020

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Learn to Code

Access to high quality, accelerated training provided by General Assembly, Udacity and Software Guild in partnership with LaGuardia.

Free Tuition

Scholarships Available

No cost to eligible applicants, aged 17-29, providing access to students regardless of ability to pay. Supportive environment that gives you what you need to succeed!

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Job search assistance connection to a large employer network of large companies and startups. Average starting salary in the high demand field of web development is over $60,000 a year.

Our Programs

Web Development

Accelerated training in web development to help young adults launch careers in high growth, high demand technology jobs. Scholarships may be available for eligible young adults, aged 17-29. Delivered in partnership with General Assembly, Udacity, Software Guild and

LaGuardia TechHire - Open Code students learn programming fundamentals, product development, and web development to prepare for jobs as front-end web developers. To see if you are eligible, and to begin the application process, please go to our online application.

Have questions? Contact Yaazieli Ortiz Felicie at

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Network Administration

Get training in network administration to give you a competitive edge in the tech industry. Prepare for and take CompTIA A+ and Network+ certification exams. Courses include Fundamentals of Network Technology and Network Support Specialist Certificate. Classes begin in July 2020.

Have questions? Contact Annesha Ali at

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Affordable Classes

High quality web development classes, including instruction in HTML and CSS. Learn More about this program.

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Our Partners

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