Start Building Future-Proof Skills and Knowledge
Foundry College equips working adults with the skills and knowledge they need to excel in jobs that aren’t being displaced by automation.
The Foundry College experience is grounded in the science of learning and embraces methods that put students—and their success—front and center.
Hands-on activities supplement lively online lectures, allowing students to apply content directly.
There is no pre-work or homework—all learning takes place in the online classroom.
Skills and concepts build on each other, and students move forward only when they’ve mastered preceding material.
A college degree that will stay relevant
Foundry College teaches students skills and knowledge that are directly relevant to workforce needs, and plans to award graduating students with an Associate’s Degree in Business Management.
Preparing working adults for the jobs of today—and tomorrow
Foundry College gives students a clear path to employment, and provides a strong pipeline of qualified job candidates for employers.
Fill Hiring Gaps for Middle Skills Jobs
Secure a pipeline of strong candidates with in-demand, automation-resistant skills and knowledge.
Succeed in a Changing Job Market
Master skills and knowledge that are in high demand and unlikely to be automated in the foreseeable future.
New technologies are displacing working adults from their jobs, and this trend will only accelerate in the coming years. This is why we are launching Foundry College. Foundry College is a new kind of two-year college—one designed to give working adults the skills and knowledge to adapt to a rapidly changing world. Our curriculum integrates practical training with a broad education to help students acquire the automation-resistant skills and knowledge that employers want and need. These skills—such as how to analyze problems and situations, learn effectively, and communicate well—will help both working adults and employers to adapt and thrive as the workplace changes.
Stephen Kosslyn, Founder
Attend Foundry College Free
Tuition will be waived for students who are admitted to our First Class starting January 2019.