From where you areto where you want to be
As a high school dropout, Ray thought he would never be able to leave his job as a mechanic. His full potential was untapped until he discovered Pursuit.
“If you put the work in and you don’t give up, you really can do anything. Most of us are not computer programmers. I was a social worker.”
— Pursuit Graduate
From 18 to 85
Our programs are life changing. In under a year, graduate annual salaries on average have over quadrupled. By training software engineers, we make direct economic and social impact on individuals, families, and communities.
Average Graduate Annual Income
How it all works
We are not just a short-term bootcamp. Our intensive two-step, four-year journey focuses on building meaningful careers.
1. Pursuit Core
10-months to your 1st tech job
The journey begins with Pursuit Core, a rigorous curriculum that builds job-ready computer programmers with in-demand coding skills and industry smarts. Pursuit Core focuses on technical mastery, professional skills, and industry fluency to help graduates get their first job in tech and launch their careers.
2. Pursuit Advance
36-months to build your career
Helping our graduates get hired in their first entry-level software engineering job is just the start of our long-term commitment to their growth. Following Pursuit Core, we support our grads and help them progress in their careers through Pursuit Advance, a structured 36-month career support program.
Hired at leading tech companies
Pursuit graduates are writing code as software developers at innovative tech companies.
News & Updates
Pursuit Bash Tickets
October 3, 2018
Pursuit Bash is our annual fundraiser that brings together the best in tech, business, and philanthropy. Each year we honor industry leaders and celebrate growing community of graduates, partners, funders, and volunteers. Join us on November 1, 2018 for an evening celebrating the amazing journeys of our Fellows and community.
C4Q is now Pursuit
September 25, 2018
We are changing our name because C4Q (Coalition for Queens) no longer describes what we do nor does it speak to the change we want to have on the world. Our goal is to create transformation where it’s needed most, and so we wanted a brand that reflects this mission.