Career Services Program

The QuickStart Career Services program is designed to help students who have recently completed their IT training program and need to prepare for their job search. Our goal is to equip students with skills to successfully land a related job in the IT industry. Our comprehensive services include:

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1-on-1 Student Support

  • LinkedIn Profile Guidance
  • Resume Reviews
  • Accountability Support
  • Job Interview Preparation & Practice
  • Self-Paced Career Preparation Education Course
  • Access to our Career Services Portal and Talent Community
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Events & Educational Group Sessions

  • A Day in the Life Alumni Presentations
  • Job Search Topics
  • Open Office Hours/Q&A Time
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Additional Areas of Support

  • Employer Presentations and Hiring Events
  • Employer Partner Introduction & Referrals
  • Internship Opportunities
  • Alumni Mentoring Opportunities
  • Guides, tools, and helpful resources to streamline your job search

QuickStart Learner Career Opportunities

At QuickStart, we commit to your success well beyond the classroom, and we proudly partner with a variety of both traditional and train-to-hire technology companies and will work with you to determine which option best fits your needs and career goals.


Our train-to-hire partners are IT staffing firms whose clients have a need for tech talent, often with multiple positions open for the same role – typically larger corporations and Fortune 500 companies.

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Our traditional employment partners are employers or companies of multiple sizes that require technical talent. These companies may be expanding operations, backfilling empty tech roles, or requiring additional entry-level positions.

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Meet Our Team

Our career services team members work diligently with online IT learners to help students find the right role and achieve their professional goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I get access to career services?

You'll have access to resources as soon as you enroll, starting when you join Prentus, our online career services portal and talent community. You’ll have access to an entire suite of resources to help prepare you for your search, as well as a Slack-style discussion board and all scheduled events. One-on-one support will be available to you once you have completed 75% of your bootcamp program and for up to 6 months post-completion. We're here to provide support once you’ve moved on to your job opportunity - alumni are eligible for up to three 30-minute sessions with one of our career advisors and continue to participate in our talent community as members and mentors.

Yes! All our bootcamps include access to all the resources Prentus has to offer, as well as profile development and resume-building support, interview practice, and employer partner opportunities, where relevant.

A job cannot be specifically guaranteed. Since hiring is a personal transaction, we have no control over whether a student/graduate chooses to accept a job offer once it's received. However, we do take responsibility to empower you with the knowledge, tools, and support necessary to get a job in the industry.

Our list of employer partners grows every day, and we will work to connect you with available opportunities whenever possible.

While a college degree is a standard benchmark in many industries, entry-level IT roles may be open to candidates without a traditional four-year degree. We partner with Opportunity@Work in their mission to Tear the Paper Ceiling by providing our non-degreed students specialized career guidance, support, and opportunities with well-known employers like Chevron and Amazon.

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