ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) – TechBridge and Goodwill of North Georgia have partnered up to help put low-income workers and the unemployed on the fast track to high-paying jobs.

The Technology Career Program provides 16 weeks of accelerated training in web development, mentorship and internships with some of Atlanta’s top tech firms – all for free.

Mynti Roebuck said participating in the program is a step up from her dishwasher job.

“I’m not happy with my dishwasher position and I feel like I deserve more and I can do more.”

The program will start accepting applications for its next course in June.

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I applied for the Tech Bridge program on March 5, 2019, and am still waiting for the next class. I'm a committed student and looking to study at Tech Bridge.

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