This Living St. Louis Special focuses on innovative solutions to the unique challenges St. Louis faces in developing a skilled workforce to fill the high-demand talent pipeline. The town hall features NPower graduate, Jeremy Addison (25 min mark).
The free tech training program, NPower, has announced its event, “Rising Up: Propelling Career Growth & Wage Equity,” to help women of color claim their space in tech and provide strategies to advance their careers and pay–supported by Citi Foundation.
Serving young adults in North and Midtown St. Louis
The St. Louis metropolitan area has a booming tech scene with an estimated 30,000 job openings. The region is also home to almost 40,000 young adults from under-resourced communities who have the interest, potential, and capacity to work in a tech job and be the next generation of technologists.
Located on the campus of Harris-Stowe State University (HSSU), NPower Missouri provides FREE technology training and development to young adult job seekers, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.
IT Systems Support Specialist, Treasurer Office
Global Service Desk Support Analyst, WWT
Global Service Desk, World Wide Technology
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.
Become a Cybersecurity Specialist
Cybersecurity has become an incredibly valuable IT skill-set with the evolving need to protect electronic data. We offer a 30-week part-time program to NPower alumni for an opportunity to gain advanced certifications and improve your earning potential.
What’s New in Missouri
Check out the latest News & Events from NPower’s Missouri Offices.
NPower Missouri Contacts
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Our Missouri Offices
Contact our local NPower office if you are interested in applying for the program or attending an information session.
So many opportunities have been afforded to me through NPower, and I am in a place where I can have a better future not only for myself but also for my child.Continue reading
Before NPower I was working a dead-end job, with no college degree and in need of a blessing. I am still in shock about what this wonderful opportunity with NPower has done for me.Continue reading
Jonathon has added such value to the Service Desk at WWT. His passion and drive have really helped set the standard for what our employees can expect when needing assistance. We are very lucky to have Jonathon as a part of our team.”
Ben Spaunhorst, Manager, Global Service Desk, World Wide Technology
NPower, a national nonprofit providing free technology training and job placement assistance, announces the launch of a large-scale partnership with the US Department of Labor (US DOL), Office of Apprenticeship and the St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE), officially recognizing NPower St. Louis as a registered Apprenticeship Trainer for Information Technology (IT) Generalist Apprenticeships. This designation is the first of its kind for Missouri and follows the IT Generalist Apprenticeship programs previously introduced by NPower in New Jersey, California and Texas, and places St. Louis among the first cities in the nation to offer this type of apprenticeship.