Looking for work? Treehouse launches a job board to connect talent with gigs

When you’re looking for a new challenge, your first gig, or your summer job, it’s always nice to have more resources at your disposal. That’s why I’m happy to announce that Treehouse has launched a job board.

Since the beginning of Treehouse we’ve been focused on making sure that students not only learn, but that they can apply their learning by finding a job in technology. For the past few months we’ve been working individually with students and companies to help them connect and work together, but that process is hard and certainly isn’t scalable. Now, we’ve created a better way to pair Treehouse students with jobs.

We’re excited to announce that we’re launching our Job Board. We’re working with some outstanding initial companies, many of whom already use Treehouse with their employees, to post jobs and pair those available jobs with outstanding Treehouse students. Creating a job listing couldn’t be more simple for companies looking to hire a new designer or developer.

GE, Amazon, and The Next Big Sound are among the first folks on the board hoping to grab some of that amazing Treehouse-trained talent. But even if you haven’t taken a Treehouse course, it’s worth giving a gander.

Interested in posting a job and getting in front of Treehouse’s 36,0000 students? Job postings are $99 for 30 days.

For more information or to peruse the jobs, visit the Treehouse Job Board.

  1. Thanks for letting your readers know about this Rick!

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