Cybersecurity Has Over 300,000 Open Jobs — These Two Nonprofits Are Training Brooklynites To Fill Them
Here in Brooklyn, The New York Community Trust, the region’s community foundation, is funding two national nonprofits — Per Scholas and NPower — to close the gap.
Here is how companies can fill them. NPower was included in a CNBC article by Wendy M. Pfeiffer, CIO of Nutanix.
NPower’s Associate Director of Corporate Partnerships, Matt Velez, shared his perspective on how tech companies and non-profits can partner for industry success.
Insights from the From Day One Brooklyn Conference
NPower’s VP of Partnerships, Patrick Cohen, was joined by Accenture’s Steve Murphy (NPower board member) and Darnel Thompson (NPower alum) for a conversation on how to recruit and retain non-traditional talent.
Fund II Foundation’s internX platform is opening access to paid internships for underrepresented students with direct connections to leading companies. Apply today: internx.org
Patrick Cohen, NPower’s VP of Strategic Partnerships, shares his insights on Fund II Foundation’s innovative internX platform with The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
NPower, a non-profit funded by a venture capitalists’ foundation, is training young people from high-poverty and high-crime neighborhoods for in-demand technology jobs.
While most tech jobs require advanced technical degrees, a growing number of companies and organizations recognize the value of military training.