NPower has received a $250,000 grant from the Cognizant U.S. Foundation that will help more than 100 veterans and military spouses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.Continue reading
Insights from the From Day One January 2021 ConferenceContinue reading
View our CEO Bertina Ceccarelli’s response to New America’s article published in Slate Magazine that advocates that a commitment to diversity in the tech workforce must also include tech-skilled people of color from non-traditional backgrounds to fill the growing number of available positions.Continue reading
United Way Greater St. Louis shares the importance of mentorship and how their support is changing lives.Continue reading
CIO Dive speaks with NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli and other experts on critical pathways for non-degreed tech talent.Continue reading
NPowerMATCH Mentor Spotlight
Meet Ebony Gladney—NPower graduate and IT Help Center Specialist at Loyola University Maryland
Ebony is an NPower Maryland graduate and IT Help Center Specialist at Loyola University Maryland. Ebony overcame significant challenges on her journey to a career in tech, facing unemployment and struggling to obtain IT certifications on her own. “NPower made me a true believer that, through patience and persistence, dreams do come true.” Now, as an NPowerMATCH mentor, she encourages trainees that they can successfully launch a career in tech and achieve their dreams just as she has with support and hard work.
I decided to pay it forward by mentoring because people benefit from the help of others. Many mentors have helped me find a path and by offering my own experience and listening to the experiences of a mentee, I can help them find one too.
—Graham from NPower New Jersey
The $250,000 grant will support more than 100 veterans and military spouses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to launch tech careers.Continue reading
Grant will support NPower’s programs that help bridge the digital skills gap through free training programs, mentoring, support services and moreContinue reading