Our nation needs a new Equation for Workforce Equality that helps to diversify the tech industry by prioritizing women of color. Command Shift, NPower’s Coalition, will present breakthrough research that reveals a first-ever strategy: tap into the 2.6 million women of color who are working in tech-similar jobs (electronic medical records specialist) and with more tech training, could attain pure tech jobs. This could not be possible without tech educators and paid corporate apprenticeship models
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- New ways educators, corporate leaders and other education- and labor-focused opinion leaders can focus on tech skills training for women of color
- Understand the fluctuating demand for skilled talent for the tech sector for entry level positions that might not require a college degree
- Understand the barriers diverse, skilled and nontraditional women face in accessing high-wage, high-growth jobs
- Candice Dixon, Director of Development, NPower
- Timicka Anderson, Managing Director, Citi
- Robert Vaughn, Head of the National Instructors Institute, NPower, NPower
Candice Dixon, Director Of Development, NPower Inc.
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