Tag: workforce development

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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

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Vets have the technical talent, all they need is the opportunity

Blog, SXSW

The technology side of a job can be taught. It's the passion and drive that are most important. These are what vets bring to tech

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Catalyte meets with President Obama on expanding tech opportunities

Blog, News

Read the recap in this Wired article.

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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.

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Jake’s Take: The importance of skills-based hiring

Blog, Jake's Take

Using big data and/or artificial intelligence to create a skills-based hiring model will give all Americans equal opportunity for employment in the types of digital

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Sourcing for Innovation – Ep. 9: Skills-based hiring

Blog, Sourcing for Innovation

Resumes are a poor predictor of job success. Evolving to a skill-based hiring process would allow better and more equal access to employment, decrease hiring

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Catalyte Spotlight – Carolina Erickson

Blog, Catalyte Spotlight

Catalyte developer Carolina Kanis is skilled at communication in many mediums. A classically trained flutist who is fluent in two languages (and conversant in three

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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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Sourcing for Innovation – Ep. 6: Alec Ross

Blog, Sourcing for Innovation

We talked with NYT best-selling author Alec Ross about preparing MD's workforce for the new digital economy, the importance of early technology education, the gap

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Jake’s Take: Welcome to the new Catalyte

Blog, Jake's Take

Catalyst DevWorks is now Catalyte. What does this mean for our clients, our company focus and our future?

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