Like many of us working during these uncertain times, you may find yourself with extra time on your hands while working from home, furloughed, caring for loved ones, or looking for new career opportunities. For those of you interested in making a career switch to the tech sector, Apprenti remains open for business.
The Arizona Technology Council and AZ StRUT (Arizona Students Recycling Used Technology), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports Arizona’s technical education, are asking the community for help through the donation of laptops and chargers that can be refurbished for use by students.
Galvanize Enterprise solutions cover all areas of workforce transformation from candidate selection, to upskilling and re-skilling training. This innovative leader in tech training has its fingers on the pulse of the latest technologies and methodologies in software engineering, data engineering and data science.
In this time of economic uncertainty, Promineo Tech wants to do what they can to help. The company proudly announces it will be giving away three full-ride scholarships to their online software developer programs. Promineo Tech will be partnering with others to increase the number of scholarships available. And for those who aren’t able to secure a scholarship, Promineo Tech is suspending enrollment fees for new students.
With the fast pace growth in AWS and its continuous innovations towards launching new services every day, there is a huge demand for AWS professionals. While this career is challenging and promising, getting the right guidance and AWS training helps you establish as a successful cloud consultant.
Promineo Tech, an innovative provider of tech education, is partnering with three Maricopa Community Colleges to make coding education more affordable and accessible. Estrella Mountain, GateWay and Scottsdale community colleges are working to bring the cost of coding bootcamps down in partnership with Promineo Tech.
State Farm is investing $30 million in Arizona State University in an effort to help people develop new skills in the rapidly changing workplace. In partnership with ASU, State Farm’s generous donation will be for the creation of a new education and career development program called Pathways for the Future.
Chandler Innovations, a technology-focused business incubator and idea accelerator, has launched its new Jr. Track education and mentorship program, which helps lead high school students through the process of finding a problem or need, identifying a solution and developing their concept until it becomes a marketable prototype.
Steven G. Zylstra, President and CEO of Arizona Technology Council, explains why the board’s New Economy Initiative is critical for Arizona’s workforce development and addresses economic challenges the state will face in the future.
Zovio, an education technology services company, is partnering with the Arizona SciTech Festival and the SciTech Institute™ to encourage STEM exploration and education in Arizona. As a Silver Sponsor of the 2020 Arizona SciTech Festival, which runs from January 25 to April 30, 2020, Zovio is helping to foster STEM education in more than 80 cities and towns statewide.