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Intuit Career Pathways Program

Whoever you are, whatever your starting point is, there's a place in tech for you.

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An alternative pathway into tech

The Intuit Career Pathways program is a paid seven-month software development apprenticeship designed to recruit underrepresented groups in tech. No prior technical experience is required. Upon completing the program, apprentices will receive an offer for a full-time role at Intuit.

Program benefits

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Through our learn and earn model program, participants get paid to go through a technical learning curriculum.

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Upon completing the learning phase, participants graduate into an apprenticeship where they apply their technical knowledge through hands-on training.

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Participants are supported through carefully matched mentorship pairings, helping them integrate into Intuit culture and upskill for the future.

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Why Intuit

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Our employees make Intuit's culture special and are the reason year after year, we're recognized as one of the best places to work. From Fortune's Best Workplaces in Technology to Forbes' Best Employers for Women, we take pride in creating an environment where employees feel like they are making a meaningful impact, growing their careers, and doing the best work of their lives.

Hear what our program alumni have to share

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I’m developing the technical skills and capabilities to be a full stack developer, including new programming languages: Javascript, Typescript and React. I’ve also gained experience program solving with my team, collaborating with other teams, and, with mentorship and coaching, I feel supported and able to be successful as I make this career transition.

Ebony Hargro Intuit Software Developer / Former Apprentice
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Intuit was really open and really kind of a trailblazer in the sense of making sure that the company had a culture of continual learning but also a culture of acceptance. Just the fact that the program was actually taking in applicants that didn't have a computer science degree. It meant that they were willing to invest in you, invest in your technical skills, because they believed that you could grow at any point of your career.

Kristen Silva Intuit Software Developer/ Former Apprentice

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