NPower has been selected as one of the three recipients of Gula Tech Foundation’s inaugural grant program recognizing impactful nonprofits focused on increasing African American engagement in cybersecurity.
We are proud to celebrate Women of Color in Tech Day on March 12th with two important, level-setting conversations. Policymakers steering change through legislation and action-leaders in the corporate sector will share where we are today, what has worked, how to focus efforts for the greatest impact, and what the future looks like.
New Jersey City University (NJCU) and NPower have signed an agreement granting qualified NPower graduates the ability to transfer nine (9) credits towards Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity at the institution.
Helen Kogan, Executive Director of NY/NJ Appointed to NYC Employment and Training Coalition’s (NYCETC) 2021 Class of Board of Directors
Learn more about the new NYCETC Board Members committed to shaping and leading the future of inclusive workforce development in New York.
In search of a higher-paying job and an opportunity that could change his family’s life, LaMonte Rusan made a series of life-changing decisions including joining NPower Missouri. Now he is an IT Technician at a computer networking and consulting firm.
NPower, a DUMBO-based nonprofit, is accepting applicants to its free, 23-week IT training course which begins on February 22.
With the resurgence of protests against systemic racism, Americans are doubling down on demanding social change and equality in the workplace, whether that be through
NPower’s VP of Program Strategy, Kim Mitchell spoke with Black Engineer magazine about how we are advancing women of color from nontraditional backgrounds to tech
Microsoft’s community skills grant program includes a $15 million investment for Black-led nonprofits working to increase skill development and tech enablement.