Whether you’re looking to make some professional connections, jump into a civic or health-minded tech project or hear from some of the region’s top company leaders, we have an event for you this month, reported Technical.ly Philly.
Out in the Philly burbs? Then this tech daylong tech conference is for you. The conference features tech education, leadership and innovation discussions and has some representation by area companies, IT professionals, leaders and managers.
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Is technology outpacing your business?
Would it help your business to enhance your employees’ technical knowledge?
The ITAG Industry Partnership can help your organization maintain a competitive workforce with a grant to offset costs of technology-related training. Eligible employers/trainees can receive a reimbursement of up to 50% of course costs for each trainee. Funding is provided through grants by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, the PA Department of Community and Economic Development, and the Chester County Workforce Development Board.
Funding is limited. Apply now to reserve the funds.
• Trainees must be employed residents of Pennsylvania
• Training must occur between April 1, 2018 and December 31, 2019
• The following topics are currently eligible for reimbursement:
– Business System Analysis
– Technical Project Management
– Programming Languages and Developer Platforms
– Cloud Computing Architecture
– Software Development Methodologies
– Network Administration and Security
– Dev Ops
If you or your employees have trained, or plan to train, in any of the topics listed above, please contact us to explore grant opportunities. If you have a technology industry related class in which you are interested in taking, or have already taken, during this time frame and it is not on the list above please contact us; we may be able to revise the list.
As a condition of the funding grant, recipients are required to report training outcomes, such as job retention, a projected wage increase, new title, or promotion. As required by the Department of Labor and Industry, trainees must provide their social security number (SSN). SSNs are not retained and are used for state reporting only.
Join us for ITAG’s October Partnership Meeting at Vanguard on October 15 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Our meeting host will provide a history of Vanguard and updates on their latest workspace expansion in Malvern.
A special presentation includes an exclusive sneak peek behind the scenes of TECH360 coming up on November 6th. Hear about the great speakers and topics behind this year’s theme of Transformation 360 – Evolving Business in a Digital World.
Networking will immediately follow. Don’t miss this great opportunity to engage with peers from across the tech industry. Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Space is limited. Advance registration is required due to security. Registration closes at midnight October 14. No walk-ins.
Click here to register.
Thank you to our host and sponsor:
Cyber Workforce of Tomorrow
The next ITAG Partnership Meeting will be held at Drexel University LeBow College of Business. This meeting is being led/planned by our Cyber Action Team and will be devoted to the topic of preparing and hiring the next generation of cybersecurity workers. A panel with special guests from leading cyber academic programs and a national cyber staffing firm will lead a lively discussion.
Networking will follow at the Fox & Hound Pub in the Desmond Hotel. A drink ticket will be provided for meeting attendees.
James Goepel, CEO and General Counsel, Fathom Cyber
- Katherine Duncan, Director, Corporate Partners Program for the College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel University
- Patrick McGuckin, Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Region, Mitchell Martin Inc.
- Audrey Woods, Assistant Dean of Enrollment Management, Kline School of Law, Drexel University
4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Partnership Meeting
5:45 – 7:00 p.m. Reception
|Thank You To Our Sponsors:
Seating is limited. Click here to register.
ITAG relies on our “Action Teams” to lead our work on the most pressing technology & workforce issues of the day.
Lately, the Diversity & Inclusion Action Team has developed a survey to assess company needs, interests, and challenges as it relates to strengthening diversity & inclusivity in our regional technology workforce. Special thanks to D&I Chair Dawna Hankins, Downingtown Area School District, for her leadership on this initiative.
We are counting on your input to help ITAG assess areas of greatest need and develop programs, resources, and solutions that help advance this important cause. The survey is open to both ITAG members and non-members alike, and you may complete it from the perspective of a both an employer and/or a worker. Click here to complete the survey.
All survey responses are completely anonymous unless otherwise requested by the respondent.
We will be reviewing results in the coming weeks and using them to maximize the value and effectiveness of ITAG’s Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.
Thank you for your support. Feel free to share the survey link.