Prior to joining Techtonic, Bryn received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University in Stage Management, and worked as a stage manager in London, while also bartending. But after completing college and working in the “real world,” Bryn was unfulfilled with where her career was heading and decided to make a change. After moving back to the U.S., Bryn became interested in Software Development and decided to pivot her career. She looked at a number of boot camps, but the idea of adding additional student loans was not appealing and seemed almost impossible to manage. “I was so excited about Techtonic. The structured education and curriculum, the opportunity to gain real-world experience, all while getting paid a wage was unbelievable,” Bryn said.