REDDING, Calif. (PRWEB) April 26, 2021
Bethel School of Technology is pleased to announce its new partnership with Restauracion Los Ángeles (RLA).
Formed in the 1980s by Salvadorian and Guatemalan pastors, RLA exists in the heart of Los Angeles, serving many low-income, undocumented, and first-generation congregants in Crenshaw, the Adams district, and beyond.
Speaking of the new partnership, Marcela Palos, RLA’s Director of Community Development said, “We are very excited to work with Bethel Tech and connect our community with the educational and employment opportunities this partnership makes available.”
As part of the partnership, Bethel Tech will offer a $1,500 tuition reduction to RLA’s congregants, as well as their friends and family members.
“There will be over 245,000 new tech jobs in 2021, with entry level software developers receiving average starting salaries of $66,000,” Bethel Tech CEO Ryan Collins said. “I’m so excited about this relationship because members of RLA can get trained up in some of the most in-demand skills on the planet, start high-growth careers, and provide for themselves and their community in less than a year.”
Bethel School of Technology is a faith-based, nine-month online technology bootcamp that specializes in the high-demand areas of Software Development, Data Science, and UI/UX Design. Graduates have been hired by leading companies such as IBM, Dell, Infosys, Grubhub, Ramsey Solutions, and Seattle Children’s Hospital. Additionally, Bethel Tech’s programs transfer as college credits into William Jessup University and Indiana Wesleyan University.
Bethel School of Technology’s partnership with RLA is part of an ongoing effort to work with organizations and partner with under reached communities.
For more information, visit betheltech.net