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And I’m here to make residents from all corners of our city aware of this incredible free opportunity to be placed in an IT job after 22-weeks of professional skills training and on-the-job internship experience.” The Mayor continued, “I am grateful to NPower and its lead funders for bringing this program to our city – together, we are improving the economic situation and quality of life for all of Baltimore’s residents by creating jobs in local businesses and providing our residents with the necessary training and experience needed to turn a job into a career.” Congressman Elijah E.Cummings of Maryland’s 7th congressional district will welcome the inaugural class to underscore the impact NPower’s program will have on the city of Baltimore.She continued, “Our students were hired as interns at a number of exceptional organizations: Under Armour, TD Ameritrade, DNS Technology Group, Greater Baltimore Urban League, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Data Flow Computers, Black Men Achieving Greatness, The Sand Gallery, Loyal Services Unlimited, and the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation.” In closing, Mr.Smith let the graduates know that he and NPower were here to help them activate their minds to create solutions in their community.Check out our event page for a summary and highlights of the event!Also check out our 2016 Gala Photo Gallery for photos from the night.“Diane has already offered substantial input on the curriculum for our new coding class which we launched in our North Texas region. from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Louis to help give tech training to young adults from under-served communities. The night of the launch, NPower was joined on the USS Hornet by representatives from Robert Half and Servicenow, who have worked with NPower to help veterans and young adults from under-served communities access to tech training.Here's NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli's Speech from the Gala, and 2016 Honoree Meg Whitman's (President and CEO of HPE) fireside chat with Kristen Bellstrom (Senior Editor of Fortune Magazine).BALTIMORE, Maryland, August 30, 2016 — Today, NPower, a leading national nonprofit that launches IT careers for veterans and young adults from underserved communities, is thrilled to announce the opening of its free 22-week IT Job Training Program in Baltimore, MD.Her responsibilities include leadership of the business units’ chief information officers and directing the day-to-day activities of Textron corporate information services.
She chairs Textron’s Information Management Council and oversees Textron’s information technology supplier and outsourcing relationships.
He encouraged graduates to occasionally “put down your devices” and engage in conversation with one another, with friends and family, in order to meaningfully explore the issues of the day.