New Alliance offers rapid technology skills training for underserved adults to fuel regional technology job creation
TUCSON, Ariz., Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Underserved adults in the Tucson area have the opportunity to train for high-growth information technology careers thanks to an Economic & Workforce Development Grant recently awarded to the Tucson Information Technology Skills Alliance by the City of Tucson. The new Transmosis formed Alliance, a nationally recognized leader in information technology workforce development, will deploy a proprietary virtual training model that enables applicants to become rapidly skilled in employer-driven information technology that lead to key industry certifications and employment.
More information on how to apply can be found at: https://pr.transmosis.com/workforce-aplus-grant.
The Alliance is a partnership between the Community Investment Corporation (CIC), Tucson-based tech accelerator Go For Vertical, and Transmosis Corporation, a nationally recognized information technology workforce developer. The aim of the Alliance is to