Tag: <span>economic development</span>

Skyline of downtown Baltimore at sunset, looking west as seen from the vantage point of Harbor East.

Shoutout on WYPR’s Midday podcast


Dr. Sheri Parks mentioned Catalyte's reskilling abilities as a positive solution to providing economic opportunity in Baltimore.

Skyline of downtown Baltimore at sunset, looking west as seen from the vantage point of Harbor East.

Catalyte mentioned in Fast Company

Baltimore, Blog

Vivian Giang highlights Catalyte's ability to provide "skills and opportunity to unlikely engineers" as part of the solution to transforming America's Rust Belt cities.


Empowering immigrants powers our economy

Blog, News

Catalyte closes the skills gap while empowering all Americans to better the economic fortunes for themselves, their families and communities.


Sourcing for Innovation – Ep. 13: Portland IQ & Higher Education’s Relation to Tech

Blog, Portland, Sourcing for Innovation

Erin Flynn from Portland State University discusses Portland IQ and higher education's changing role in relation to the private tech industry.

Catalyte CEO Jacob Hsu portrait photo standing along Baltimore's Inner Harbor

CEO Jacob Hsu’s “Why Baltimore” segment on WYPR

Baltimore, Blog, News

Listen to our CEO Jacob Hsu make the case for skills-based hiring as a way to create more economic opportunities in the city.


Reliable plumbing and transportation are as important to tech careers as coding

Blog, SXSW

Since 2002, America has lost 28 million low tech jobs. These are workers who can benefit from retraining and many of whom will have the


Catalyte meets with President Obama on expanding tech opportunities

Blog, News

Read the recap in this Wired article.


Catalyte joins BLocal initiative to build a better Baltimore

Baltimore, Blog, News

We've joined the BLocal initiative to help strengthen the city and create opportunities for Baltimoreans.


Jake’s Take: Improve the economy by ditching the resume

Blog, Jake's Take

We need to embrace the idea that skills and a demonstrated ability to perform targeted tasks are more important than resumes in determining whom to

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