Product Gym is a professional community providing career coaching services for aspiring and junior Product Managers. All members get lifetime access to our team of coaches and kick-start program designed to help you develop the job and career skills you need to secure your target product job.
The Product Gym learning plan includes product, business, and career skills. We provide more than just expert instruction: our career coaching will actually help you get the job too.
Each course taught at Product Gym is led by an industry expert in that subject. So you’ll know you’ll be getting practical, industry-proven direction.
Choose to join classes live, or watch the recordings at your convenience.
Take the recommended minimum or the full suite of courses. Go at your own pace.
We provide an extensive range of product, business, and career classes you need to not just get the job, but succeed in it too.
Our instructors are industry practitioners from some of the largest, most desirable companies.
You’ll need to be prepared for the interview, case study, and negotiation process: our career coaches are here for you every step of the way.
Our strategy for career changes and upgrades works. We track the performance of every member and are proud to show you the results.
Get individual feedback on your resume to get more replies and beat applicant tracking systems.
Interviews not converting to offers? Unsure how to manage your salary negotiation? Get help from our coaches, including senior members.
Join from New York and network with a community of over 1,500+ members who are just like you.
Career coaches provide a range of services to help you navigate your career path as an aspiring or first-time Product Manager. Some of these services are tangible and easy to unpack, like reviewing your resume and providing pieces of strategic advice when it comes to interview questions and salary negotiation.
But product management career coaches can also help you in more hard-to-describe ways. For example, a career coach might guide you as you pinpoint which companies or industries you want to target as a Product Manager according to culture fit and what you’re passionate about. They can also help you build your confidence, crush imposter syndrome, and develop a growth mindset.
If you’re embarking on a transition into product management from a complementary role — in business, finance, or engineering for example — you might struggle to express your transferable skills or shift your focus into the mindset of a Product Manager.
On the other hand, if you’re a Product Manager with experience in the industry who is struggling to get ahead in the gruelling interview or salary negotiation process, you likely know your skillset is on point. What you need is a way to connect the dots between what you can do and what you’re being offered.
This is where Product Manager career coaches win over other solutions like certificate courses or bootcamps.
Having someone in your corner with a similar experience, who had to overcome the same hurdles you’re currently facing, is an incomparable bolster to your job-hunting strategy and your learning experience. Whereas certificate classes are focused on getting you a piece of paper and bootcamps work towards getting you to the finish line of their program, career coaches are focused on getting you a job you love, at a salary you deserve, in product management.
When you work with a career coach to develop your skillset, knowledge, and job-hunting strategy as a Product Manager, you’re basically getting a three-in-one deal:
With the hard work and dedication to the program that we expect, members have achieved these outcomes:
Members of our program can secure 3 to 5 offers, some in as soon as 45 days.
On average, our members secure a $25K to $75K increase from the first verbal offer they received.
98 percent of members would recommend the program to others.
We’ve broken down our program timeline into a simple four-step process to help you land your Product Manager job faster, and start your first day well-prepared.
From the best techniques for writing a cover letter to building an attractive Product Manager resume, we'll help boost your credibility and professional branding.
Follow our tried and tested application strategy to get the most interviews and land the Product Manager job of your dreams. You'll have complete access to our tips, tools, and community support to practice a job-hunting strategy that really works.
Learn how to ace every step and every question of your Product Manager interview — including behavioral questions, technical questions, case studies, salary negotiation, and more. We support our members from start to finish.
Transitioning into product management can be a long journey — Product Gym wants to make sure you show up skilled and prepared. Get access to 20+ courses taught by industry experts to sharpen your technical and business skills.
While we only admit members who we can really help, we have successfully helped professionals from a range of backgrounds including engineering, marketing, finance and operations.
Our product management training goes beyond the traditional starter courses of bootcamps. We aim to teach you not just a broad range of product skills, but the business and career skills you need to stand out from the pack. See a selection of courses below.
Our curriculum of classes is subject to change with improvements and modifications.*