BRIDGEGOOD's inaugural design showcase highlighting diverse + creative talent from across the Bay Area.
Help students design for social good
BRIDGEGOOD provides equitable tech access, design opportunities, and professional resources to job seekers.
Graduates launched design careers
Organizations and schools supported
Students impacted through core programs
Artwork showcased through billboards
At BRIDGEGOOD, we believe creativity can (and is) positively changing the world.
BRIDGEGOOD equips Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color with career skills required for 2.6+ million tech job openings.
We aim to train 40,000 student Designers by 2030 — with a focus on User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI), Product Design, and Visual Design careers.
BRIDGEGOOD’s programs boost the local economy by $8.4 million, leading to tangible opportunities for 21st century employment, economic mobility, and community success.
Incorporated July 2009 as Oakland Digital Arts and Literacy Center Inc, BRIDGEGOOD is an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, EIN 27-0720655. Donations are tax-deductible.
BRIDGEGOOD Community Studio is located at 95 Washington Street, a waterfront facility situated in Oakland’s iconic Jack London Square.
BRIDGEGOOD Core Programs
Provides inclusive experiences
& career readiness programs.
Each year we ask emerging Creatives and Designers to create original artwork that answers the question, “What about Oakland inspires you?”
Provides 3-months of tuition-free access, hands-on training, and portfolio building activities for diverse Bay Area Creatives, Artists, and Designers.
Provides BRIDGEGOOD graduates with 120+ hours of design education, direct mentorship, and open labs curated by industry & tech professionals.
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The best solutions come from the students that we serve.
- Workforce & Tech Education - 36%
- Accessibility, Diversity & Inclusion - 12%
- Student Voices & Digital Arts - 29%
- Economic & Job Mobility - 24%