Women remain underrepresented in the IT industry. These 18 groups are working to support women and close the diversity gap in tech.
Integrated into IT’s daily workflow, the homegrown Discover Technology Academy provides a one-stop platform for upskilling, networking, and empowering a growth mindset.
Hispanic and Latinx representation in IT remains low, but thanks to the efforts of Hispanic and Latinx professionals and their forward-thinking employers, the future looks brighter.
Establishing a successful diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy can be challenging. Here’s how five companies are fostering inclusion, diversifying talent pipelines, and bridging opportunity and skill gaps.
IT has a long way to go on gender diversity. But several nonprofits are stepping up to help inspire, train, and empower women to pursue meaningful careers in IT.
Nonprofit orgs dedicated to diversifying the IT talent pipeline, changing the landscape of tech leadership, and empowering underrepresented tech workers are helping reshape the IT workforce.
These four organizations show how a commitment to career development can help fill skills gaps, bolster productivity, and improve employee satisfaction and retention rates.
To land a leadership role, your resume shouldn’t read like a history of your career. Instead it should paint a vivid picture of how your experience and skills shape the future of your career.