The Katalyst Cohorts Overview
Katalyst defined; a person or thing that changes an event
Cohort defined; a group of people banded together
Katalyst Cohorts is dedicated to transforming the aspiring career changer to begin their employment as coders, designers, computer technicians, and project managers by teaching the candidate to use technology to solve problems.
We believe this is how we will re-tool, re-develop, and re-define the urban experience in America.
Did You Know?
- There are 700,000 unfilled IT jobs in the U.S. I.T. careers are projected to grow 12 percent thru 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.
- I.T. overlaps with every sector, which makes it a versatile career opportunity. From healthcare to agriculture, digital transformation is driving change in all spheres of business.
- There are at least 30 new emerging fields in I.T. that will see the full-scale application in the next five to ten years according to the Gartner Hype Cycle.
- The demand is so high, that certified professionals can easily find work even without a college degree. When it comes to certification training programs, they are faster and far less expensive than a full degree in Computer Sciences
Breakdown of the Katalyst Journey
The Katalyst Cohorts eLearning Difference
The Katalyst Training Pathways
Katalyst Cohorts has multiple on-demand I.T. training courses but we only have two dedicated training pathways. We have carefully crafted two career pathways ideal for someone with no-tech experience to become job-ready with the least amount of time and financial commitment.
Certified Web Developer (CWD)
Tech Support Pathway
Certified Tech Support Specialist (CTSS)
Students learn the skills needed to become a certified technology support specialist – CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, Project Management, and much more.
***Katalyst focuses on building the whole student and not just tech skills. The development of the entire person is key to taking a student from no tech skills to employable market-ready skills.