Black people are dramatically underrepresented in the tech industry, which comprises some of the highest growth, most in-demand careers. Black people make up only 3% of employees in the top 75 Silicon Valley tech companies, according to a report from USAToday.
Nokia, The Blacks In Technology Foundation, and Udacity are committed to closing the divide between the numbers of tech jobs available and the number of Black people working in tech. That starts with ensuring a robust pipeline of trained, talented Black tech professionals.
Udacity’s tech skills-focused Nanodegree programs offer you the fastest, most effective way to gain job-ready expertise to change your career and change the way the workplaces of the future look.