CyberWarrior Academy (CWA) is a NEW cybersecurity workforce development and training program from Advoqt Technology Group, that delivers field-ready information security talent. The training is intensive, hands-on, and delivered by cybersecurity practitioners with day-to-day exposure to the rapidly changing threat landscape. CWA will address the growing demand for qualified cybersecurity talent while also creating long-lasting career opportunity for IT professionals currently in entry and mid-level technical roles. The inaugural class kicks off in March 2018!
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Amar Kumar is the Senior Vice President of Efficacy & Research at Pearson, and will be joining us as a featured speaker at the 8th Annual Massachusetts Jobs & Workforce Summit on Thursday, October 26th in Devens, MA. This year’s theme, Talent in the New Economy: Powering Economic Growth will highlight public policy and program efforts which support and develop a skilled workforce and play a critical role in building our local economy.
Continue reading below for a sneak peek into Pearson’s research on the future of work and what Amar will be discussing at the Summit. And don’t forget to register today to join the event. Space is filling up fast!
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Co-conveners of the TechHire Boston employer consortium, SkillWorks and the Boston Private Industry Council (Boston PIC), hosted the third and final IT/Tech forum on Monday, June 19th, 2017. The Greater Boston education and workforce development community gathered with IT/tech industry leaders in a packed space at District Hall to discuss strategies to engage and prepare local talent to meet the growing demand for IT/tech professionals. Mayor Walsh and the Boston Foundation’s Paul Grogan also joined us to announce unprecedented new investments in workforce development to grow the pool of talent and raise the level of candidate preparation from high school through college and into career. Check out the press release below for more information!
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SkillWorks joined with the Cambridge Community Foundation, The Agenda for Children, Just-A-Start Corporation, the Kendall Square Association, the Metro North Regional Employment Board, and lead sponsor JPMorgan Chase, to host an exciting forum in Cambridge highlighting the importance of S.T.E.A.M. education for the growing innovation economy. S.T.E.A.M. expands upon the S.T.E.M. education strategy to include Arts, recognizing creativity as a key driver of innovation.
As SkillWorks expands our geographic reach, this forum presented as an opportunity to develop and foster relationships with key partners in Cambridge focusing on industries and educational pathways that directly align with our work and are critical to our region’s economy.
Learn more: http://www.cambridgecf.org/content/cambridge-forum-sets-sights-shared-prosperity-through-greater-access-innovation-economy
The Current FY17 House Ways and Means budget would CUT job training, career readiness and employment programs for youth and adults.
Help us stop that from happening! To ensure funding for these critical programs, please contact your representatives and urge them to support and co-sponsor these amendments:
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