Demonstration Sites

Each CTI demonstration site will include a community college to CSU or UC partnership focused on building comprehensive pathways to support cohorts of students – especially low-income, first-gen, URM students – through starting college, transfer, graduation, and entry into the workforce. The Hartnell to CSUMB and El Camino to CSUDH cohort programs are examples of potential demonstration sites.

A cohort student who embraces high expectations, cultivates curiosity, has a tenacious work ethic, and commits to the cohort learning community, upon graduation, will be well-prepared to compete with graduates from any top 10 computer science programs for opportunities in the industry or academia.

Capacity, Quality, and Diversity

We track and regularly evaluate key metrics to ensure we are making progress
toward our goal of increasing capacity, quality, and diversity in computer science.

First Cohort Launched

student participants

graduation rate in 4 years or less

complete internships with top organizations

have offers for full-time technology positions before graduation

Since 2016, ninety-two students have graduated in four cohorts.

Of those:

graduates identify as underrepresented minorities

graduates are female

graduates are first generation college students

Graduates are First Generation College Students

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