Digital Marketing & Technical Consulting

Wanting to get into tech, but maybe into more of a tech-adjacent role? Then Technical Marketing may be a great launching point for you! Learn the basics of digital marketing, including SEO, Meta, LinkedIn, HubSpot, along with coding and programming languages, such as Python, GitHub, Javascript, & more.

Why TTS?

We’re invested in your success

Our business model depends on your success. We’re invested – emotionally and financially. From start-to-finish, our team is committed to each student’s success.

Gain relevant skills

All of our programs are created specifically with up-to-date needs to overcome today’s rapidly growing and multifaceted world.

Career-growth opportunities

We assess candidates throughout multi-week programs for factors beyond what can be discerned from a resume, application, interview, or test.

We’re a family, not just a company

With an extended family of over 40,000 individuals – you’re never on your own. @e’re a part of tech ecosystems nationally and internationally.

Choose your schedule

With sessions starting every month, you can get started in an upcoming program right away! Choose your preferred schedule below, and get started on your application.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it really okay that I have never coded before and have no tech experience?

Yes, our program is designed to train you in the foundations of full-stack web development. It is an intense and immersive experience; you will learn a lot in a short time period but, if you put in the time and effort, you can succeed. If you are interested in getting a head start, we can provide you with free resources to practice before class begins.

What are you looking for in an ideal student for one of your programs?

At Tech Talent South, we aren’t concerned with extensive resumes, where you went to school, or if you even went at all. We want students who are passionate, persistent, and ready to work hard to do something awesome with technology. With the right attitude, anyone can learn to code!

Do I need a computer to participate in one of the TTS programs? If so, do I need a specific kind of computer?

Yes, you do need a fully functioning, reliable computer! You will be creating applications that would best live on your own personal computer. There are also nightly homework assignments that you’ll need a computer to complete. Though we are PC friendly, we encourage students to bring Mac laptops. Chromebooks can be combined with Cloud9 (an online environment) to perform all class functions, but tablets are not recommended. If your laptop is on the older side or has questionable functionality, please check with us and we’ll make sure you’re good to go!

Do I need a device with a webcam to participate in the course?

Yes, you must have your own laptop. We strongly encourage students to have a webcam as we find this greatly improves everyone’s engagement in class and the overall classroom experience.

How challenging is the homework? How much time will it take to complete?

The homework is meant to reinforce and build on what you’ve learned in class. As each student learns at a different pace, it’s difficult to say exactly how much time it would take for you to complete an assignment. We advise that you plan to spend time each day practicing and working on your homework. Ultimately, the effort you put into learning will directly correlate to your success in class.

What does a typical day during the TTS course look like?

A typical day at Tech Talent South is broken up into two parts: Class Time: In class, you’ll be taught by an instructor, who will lead you through our curriculum in a workshop-like manner. As a student you will be following along with the instructor, who will be walking you through code on a particular project, answering questions, and actively engaging in the creation of the project you are working on. In addition, you’ll also participate in different classroom challenges and paired programming activities. At the end of each class, you will be assigned homework that compliments the topics you covered in the day’s class. Lab Time: This time is used for students to do homework together/collaborate on class projects, have one-on-one time with the instructor, etc.

Are most of your hiring partners on the East coast or are there partners in other locations as well?

While many of our partners have a presence on the East coast, many have locations around the country. The locations our partners are hiring for change seasonally. We provide our students with a relocation survey, highlighting the various locations where our partners are hiring at that time. This will vary cohort-to-cohort. We encourage students to be open to relocation as it provides them with the most opportunities!

What is the average salary that program grads earn?

This will depend on the role and the location. However, we only partner with companies that pay the current market rate. You can check out the average starting salary for tech roles on the Bureau of Labor Statistics site to get an idea of the market rates for tech roles around the US.

I’m really interested in XYZ subject. Can I be considered for job placement in XYZ role?

The kinds of roles that our hiring partners are looking to fill vary widely. Some positions are highly technical (ex. Software Developer, Mobile Developer, UX/UI Developer) and others are tech-driven but utilize additional skill sets (ex. Business Analyst, DevOps Engineer, Data Analyst/Specialist). We always take into consideration each candidate’s unique background, interests, and skills when considering which open roles would be the best fit for them. While we can’t guarantee that you will get a specific kind of job, we do our best to find a role that is a good fit for you. We can also provide you with self-paced modules to help you gain the skills needed for specific disciplines in tech, making you more marketable to companies hiring for those roles.

If and when a hire offer is accepted, is there a minimum time commitment for that first role?

This depends on the type of placement. If extended an offer to work directly for the hiring partner, you would negotiate the terms of the agreement as with any job offer. If you were offered a contract position as an employee of TTS, deployed to work for a client, there may be a minimum requirement but this would be shared with you upfront (before entering the screening process). These contracts vary in length from 3 months to 24 months, depending on the client.

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