Data Science Fellowship (Los Angeles)

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What is Pathrise

Pathrise (YC W18) invests in undervalued university students or young professionals by coaching them to get a competitive job. The program is completely free upfront. In exchange, Pathrise fellows agree to pay back a share of their first year's salary if and only if they get hired.

Pathrise is based on insights from hundreds of hiring managers in tech; this means everyone from heads of marketing of publicly traded companies to startup CEOs. We've been featured in TechCrunch, VentureBeat, EdSurge, and The Atlantic as the "Y Combinator for your career." To date, we've worked with over 500 fellows and have helped them land offers at Facebook, Uber, Google, Oath, Amazon, and other top companies or exciting startups.

About the Fellowship

The Pathrise Fellowship is a program for students and new grads that helps you land the best job possible in tech.

During the fellowship, you receive 1-on-1 mentorship from experienced industry data scientists, analysts, managers, and recruiters. You learn systems to attract the attention of any company you want, find out insider information on how to ace your interviews, and more. We even directly refer you to companies in our network until you find a job you love.

Our Mission

We seek to uplift and provide guidance for undervalued students and young professionals in their early careers. You can read more about our mission and how it all works on our website:


You want to work with an experienced advisor who can give you expert advice.
You are eager to start your career with a job or internship at a top tech company or a rapidly growing startup.
You want a team of advisors who will be by your side throughout the entire process, whenever you need it, as long as you need it.

Please apply here:

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