Serving military veterans and veteran spouses in Dallas
The Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the fastest-growing digital hubs in the U.S. and home to the fifth-largest tech labor force. Despite this opportunity, 400K+ veterans, and their spouses, living in the metro are underemployed, and challenged to adapt to the specialized workforce.
Located within the Bill J. Priest Small Business Innovation Center, NPower Texas provides tuition-FREE technology training and certifications to veterans and their spouses, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.
This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance provides grants to organizations serving veterans and their families.
Crystal S. Janes (U.S. Navy)
VP, CTI App Hosting Product Management, Citi
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.
Want to Learn to Code?
NPower’s coding program prepares veterans for careers in the web developer or administrator fields. The free program runs for 13 weeks.
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NPower changed all of that. Guided by knowledgeable staff, counselors, and professionals in the IT industry I began to realize what I was capable of as a civilian and that I had a lot to offer the IT industry. Needless to say, NPower instilled confidence in me that I never thought possible.Continue reading
After an eight-year military career, Tresia Eaves had earned the rank of captain with the U.S. Air Force. She had gone from being the primary breadwinner for her family to looking for a new job. Through her work with nonprofit NPower, she links veterans and their spouses with local technology professionals, helping them de-militarize their resumes and find professional training skills.
Guadalupe Piña, who likes to go by “Lupe,” has an impressive resume. A stint in the National Guard, the Army Reserves and the Marine Corps. He worked in banking for a while, processing mortgages. Then he was laid off. He figured the job search would go much more smoothly after grad school.Continue reading