Information technology companies from across Detroit are providing eight weeks of training in soft and hard skills in the IT industry with a job waiting for them upon completion.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, has extended the Technical Talent Development Program’s Challenge Fund application deadline to Jan. 10.
The latest meeting and event notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
The Dart Foundation recently reaffirmed its long-term partnership with Lansing’s Information Technology Empowerment Center with a $15,000 contribution to support ITEC programs for at-risk youth.
Last week, the first 25 participants in the “IT in the D” pilot program officially graduated, after spending two and a half months gaining real-world IT experience and receiving instruction from volunteer IT professionals at participating companies.
Automation Alley Monday disclosed how it will use the $5 million worker training grant it announced in February: To give nearly 1,000 Michiganders highly sought IT skills for jobs now open at Hewlett-Packard, Lakeside Software, and other tech firms.
On Monday, April 16, the Michigan Economic Development Corp., Wayne County Community College District, Workforce Intelligence Network, the Detroit Workforce Development Department, and local IT companies will launch a new initiative to meet the growing need for skilled IT professionals in southeast Michigan.
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, was recently awarded a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor under the H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant Competition.
Lathrup Village-based Global Information Technology, an IT school and direct placement recruiting firm, is entering its second decade in IT training and consulting.