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Before NPower, I was trying to teach myself how to code. My favorite part of the program was interacting with my peers, instructors, and guest lecturers. I gained different perspectives on the field, as well as, the world. Now I work for Google, where they promote creativity and value people.Continue reading
Training and transforming lives in Southeast Michigan
The Detroit metropolitan area is a hotbed for the technology sector growth as the labor pool transitions from their manufacturing history. Within the Detroit region, IT occupations grew by 12% and are expected to grow by another 4% by 2023 (Source: EMSI).
This results in a growing need for tech workers—especially junior, entry-level talent. With 17% of Detroit’s young adults unemployed and over 4,000 open tech jobs as of August 2019 (according to the Michigan Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives), NPower aims to arm the youth of Detroit with the skills needed to fill the growing tech talent pipeline.
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Learning the Fundamentals of IT?
Our Tech Fundamentals program is your entry point to a tech-based career. In as little as 23 weeks you will master the basics of IT with real-world application and credentials.
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