Career Karma is a community of peers, mentors and coaches that will help you land a dream career in Tech.
Career Karma helps people that want to become software engineers by matching them with the right coding bootcamp and supporting them throughout their careers.
Career Karma was founded in 2018 by Ruben Harris, Artur Meyster and Timur Meyster. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Career Karma is bringing a pick-and-shovel play to the coding bootcamp world: instead of creating its own up-skilling curriculum, the startup empowers students to find the best bootcamps for their price point and career goals.
Career Karma puts coders into small peer mentorship groups, called Squads, to give students support during the program and into the job search process. Career Karma has placed more than 4,000 people into job-training programs.
Career Karma is backed by SoftBank, Top Tier Capital Partners, GV, Initialized Capital, Bronze Venture Fund, Stardust, Trousdale Ventures, Alumni Ventures Group, Y Combinator, and others. The company raised $40M in Series B round on Jan 10, 2022. This brings Career Karma's total funding to $51.9M to date.