Gain tangible experience, shipping products in cross-functional teams across Product Management, Design, and Development
Product teams don't work in silos, and neither should you
Collaborate with cross-discipline team members, in a real technical work environment.
No boilerplate projects or theoretical case studies here! Build for real people and real customers.
Step into the role within a product team, and get that agile experience along with peer accountability!
Part-time, remote-friendly programs across three different disciplines
Gain experience leading technical teams to solve real customer problems. Execute on the product vision and ship a real product.LEARN MORE
Supercharge your portfolio with an end to end product. Discover customer insights, and work collaboratively to bring your designs to life.LEARN MORE
No more designing and doing it all yourself - just focus on the coding! Manage requirements, architect solutions, and deploy to real customers.LEARN MORE
Meet the team, align on goals, and plan out sprints, coupled with interactive lessons.
Meet with your mentors, share your progress, and get additional feedback and support.
Conduct agile best practices, and navigate the weeks building out the product as a full team.
Ship the product, figure out next steps, and show off your hard work (and newfound connections)!
Explore some of our Co.laborator stories and journeys
“I was drawn to Co.Lab because of the opportunity to collaborate with people, as I didn't have any experience working with a product manager (PM) and a developer simultaneously.“
“Going from school, where everything is given to you at a structured interval, to the workplace where most of the time, you’re expected to pick up new things by yourself, was a big change. I had a lot of self-doubt.“
“Co.Lab gave me a platform not just to learn product management but to perform product management. I launched a web-app… which is now live by working with the designer and developer I was provided, as a team.“
“Before I was really intimidated by it because I thought it was so technical. I’m not an engineer, I don’t think like an engineer. But if you need a great communicator, if you need someone who can organize, then I can do well in a role like that.“