We change the world in collaboration. We’re an open community and firm believers in working together to positively impact lives and communities. We’re proud and supportive of the wider 42 family and partner community and what we’re doing together.
Partnering and collaboration are key to changing the world we live in and to having a positive impact locally, nationally, and globally. Fitting with the 21st-century style of work, we pair up with all sorts of players and stakeholders to develop programs, training, recruitment, opportunities, and pathways to the workforce.
We’re always on the look out for win-win opportunities and what’s important to us is finding how we can mutually benefit and help one another. We’re looking to build the future, together, knowing we’re in a digital world and that knowing how to learn, knowing youreslf, is key to the workforce and economy of tomorrow.
We’re already a diverse community, but we’re continually committed to changing diversity in the tech industry and providing real pthways to the workforce for all students, no matter their background. We work with kay partners and players to bring develop and celebrate diversity in our community.
Opportunities and Hiring
People need to know about the education options available to them – not just seniors or students, but anyone who would consider a career that involves technical knowledge. Creating real pathways to the workforce is central to student success, so 42 partners with schools, organizations, and companies to create programs, recruitment, and pathways into the workforce that support education access, skill development, and pipelines to tech careers.
Many companies invest in professional development for their employees. We work with companies to develop programs to help people learn to code – from lawyers to delivery drivers to engineers needing AI expertise.
Our Official Partners:
The 42 Extended Family
42 partners with companies for diversity-focused recruitment programs, student stipends and supporting living expenses, student and intern recruitment, and professional development for employees. Some companies have asked for their entire software engineer department to be trained in Artificial Intelligence; others have trained their entire legal department in how to code in order to automate, become more efficient, and gain skills relevant to our digital world.
We partner with K12 schools for to share 42 with students, provide our HackHighSchol coding curriculum for free, host hackathons, welcome students for tours, and host events to promote K12 STEM.
As a non-profit, we like to partner with other non-profits whose mission and work aligns well with what we’re doing. Be it coding, workforce development, education, the future of the economy and wokplace, we’re interested in working with key players to build the future together.
Given who we are and what we do, it makes sense for us to partner with coding organizations such as Women Who Code or the Hidden Genius Project so that together we can create more coders who love coding. Many organizations focus on younger ages or lower level curriculum and partner with 42 to serve their students who want to pursue coding as a career.
42 works with various higher education institutions for innovation, entrepreneurship, and training good coders. With a diverse population, we like to combine students from a mixture of background to help build creativity, problem-solving, and diversity of thought to question the status quo.
Startups, Incubators, and Accelerators
Startups need ideas, creativity, and most likely, engineers. Incubators and accelerators need projects and companies. 42 students tend to be entrepreneurial in spirit and some either create their own products/companies or look to work at a startup. It’s a great fit in so many ways…..
Counted in the Extended Family:
Google Developer Group
EDF Electricite de France Innovation Lab
The Hidden Genius Project
LinkedIn REACH Program
Stanford Biosciences Department
Alameda County Library system
French American Chamber of Commerce San Francisco
Women Who Code
Mountain View Chamber of Commerce
City of Fremont
Silicon Valley Economic Development Alliance
East Bay EDA
Students Rising Above
California State Parks
City of Newark
Interested in Partnering?
Whether you’re looking to recruit, pursue diversity initiatives, or want to provide more options for your students, we’d love to chat. Complete the form below to connect with our partnerships team.