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.
JFF’s Center for Apprenticeship & Work-based Learning recent report on approaches to nontraditional technology training programs includes insights from NPower’s Matt Velez.
WWT hosts Plano Office Grand Opening with Richard Petty Motorsports and Nascar Driver “Bubba” Wallace
National non-profit NPower was among attendees, presented WWT with Technology Veteran Advocate of the Year award.
NJ Assemblyman Raj Mukherji joined AT&T to announce $65,000 which will be used to launch technology careers for veterans and young adults in Jersey City.
Stand Together invested $600,000 in NPower to support expansion into new markets, pilot new training programs, and strengthen existing programming.
In the third year of their CIO/CTO awards program, D Magazine honored NPower Texas Executive Director, Russ Medina as Outstanding Technology Advocate.
After completing his service in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2003, Ivan Alvarado struggled to find work that would make him happy and create a
“I felt at home. I knew that I was meant to do this once I noticed I was excelling,” said graduate Ivan Alvarado.