Empower, Educate, and Employ.
Every donation is used to create an affirming education and employment space for transgender and gender non-conforming people, as well as anyone facing discrimination in the workplace or education. TransTech’s apprenticeship program focuses on teaching graphic design, web development, social media management, multimedia production, and administrative skills. Team TransTech combines multiple levels of experience to create a robust learning community that also encourages independent study through videos and online tutorials.
TransTech is fiscally sponsored by Allied Media Projects making all donations tax-deductible.
Injustice at Every Turn
Transgender survey respondents reported rates of unemployment that were twice as large as the national average.
Transgender respondents of color reported rates of unemployment that were four times as large as the national average.
47% percent of transgender respondents reported that they had experienced an adverse job outcome, such as being fired not hired, or denied a promotion, because they were transgender or gender non-conforming.
71% percent of transgender respondents reported that they attempted to avoid discrimination by hiding their gender presentation their gender or gender transition.
90% percent of transgender respondents reported that they had been harassed or mistreated in their workplace.