We believe in promoting equal opportunities for diverse talents in the IT industry. We are a non-profit association and our program ist self-funded and free of charge for the selected participants.
of our participants get an internship
of participants find a job (ongoing estimation)
Are you a refugee eager to find your way into the IT industry?
Are you an IT company looking for talented people no matter where they come from?
Do you want to support a refugee with becoming successfully integrated in the local IT labor market?
Are you an IT professional who likes to share their knowledge with newcomers?
Another batch with another group of talents is starting in September in Zürich. Join our virtual launch ceremony to get to know the new champs and to celebrate together the kick off of another batch.
Mon, Sep 7, 2020 12:00PM, Online - ZOOM.
Located in the heart of Lausanne, the Powerhouse Romandie aims to be an inspiring place for IT passionates where meetups, conferences, hackathons, trainings, and coworking will take place. Come and have a coffee with us or book a desk or conference room.
Place de la Gare 10, Lausanne
The Adobe Digital Academy was just introduced to Europe and in Switzerland they collaborate with Powercoders to educate IT talents. Listen to Adobe’s opinion about this collaboration by Michael Marth, Technology & Software Engineering Leader at Adobe.
For our partner company Divio Technologies it is a “no-brainer to work with Powercoders”. Watch founder Christian Bertschy explain why in this 30sec video.
Listen to Evolusys’ CEO Jean-François Saint-Pierre talk about what the most important skills were that the Powercoders brought to the table at the start of their internships.
Are you wondering why UBS already engaged 13 of our participants as interns in the course of the last 2.5 years? Watch Curdin Duschletta from UBS explain in just 1 minute.
"Powercoders and Unic gave me the opportunity to live off social welfare."
From Sri Lanka, 38 years old, now Software Engineer at Migros Aare.
“Do you like the mountains? Do you like to climb?” – “I do now.”
From Afghanistan, 29 years old, now DevOps system engineer at Swisscom.