Digitability is an award-winning, pre-employment transition program used in the classroom to equip students with work-ready skills for today's tech-driven and highly social workplace.
Today, more than 70% of people with cognitive disabilities are unemployed or underemployed. Digitability's mission is to reverse this trend. By preparing students to transition to their independence with the work-ready skills required to gain meaningful employment, we are preparing them for life in our tech-driven workforce.
Digitability's web-based curriculum is used in special education classrooms in public, private and charter schools across the United States. In addition, Digitability is used by public and private organizations who provide work-ready and career technical education (CTE) to people with cognitive disabilities.
Digitability CEO, Michele McKeone, is joined by Councilman Derek Green and special education teachers to see how Digitability is used in the classroom to teach students work-ready skills.
As an early stage EdTech SaaS company, our focus is to rapidly grow and scale the business by continuing to market and sell our technology into schools, service providers and now corporations that want to use Digitability to train their workforce and meet their diversity and inclusion goals.
Current Opportunities to Join the Digitability Team
'Could I be a good fit at Digitability?' You can answer this question with a simple self-evaluation test. If you're motivated, are a critical thinker, are curious and enjoy collaborating with colleagues to grow something bigger than yourself for the greater good, you could be the perfect fit. Even if you don't possess every skill, please apply. We would love to talk with you!
Digitability is headquartered in Philadelphia (Northern Liberties), a thriving area known for its amazing food and historical significance. Philadelphia offers plenty of city life to enjoy, with a laid back vibe that matches the company culture at Digitability.