1. Articles in category: Tech Workforce & Education

    889-912 of 990 « 1 2 ... 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 »
    1. Inspiring a STEM Future

      Inspiring a STEM Future

      I am the parent of a terminal engineer. You may recognize him, actually, either in yourself or in your own kids. His name is Corbin. He's thirteen. In those thirteen short years, he has taken to Legos about as easily as he took to breathing, he has taken out a car window with a vinegar and baking soda rocket, he has (with his co-conspirator friends) disassembled a home phone (without permission and then was unable to put it back together), and with those same friends built a "rocket sled" out of an ...

      Read Full Article
    2. In-depth report: The high tech worker shortage & how Obama's executive order on immigration changes it

      In-depth report: The high tech worker shortage & how Obama's executive order on immigration changes it
      President Obama’s November executive order deferring the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants has set off a lot of angry news talk. Unfortunately, that chatter has drowned out straight discussion about the part of the executive order that deals with high tech workers and about why immigration reform is needed in the first place. For those of us in the startup community, this reform is particularly interesting.

      What's the problem?

      Read Full Article
    3. The Resource for Information Technology Leaders in Colorado

      The Resource for Information Technology Leaders in Colorado

      On Dec. 11, RMIMA was pleased to welcome Aylene McCallum from the Denver Downtown Partnership (DDP) as our featured speaker. The topic of discussion was Millennials and how the workforce will be changing as they become part of our landscape. Just some of the interesting information provided is the fact that by 2025, 75% of the workforce will be the millennial generation.

      Read Full Article
    4. MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest, Inc., today launched a weeklong program dedicated to providing Denver Public School students with an “Hour of Code” instruction. Over the course of Computer Science Week (Dec. 8-14), each MapQuest employee in its headquarter office will lead an “Hour of Code” session providing code curriculum, an introduction to real careers that STEM education can lead to ...

      Read Full Article
    5. STEM-focused Metro State U. Denver earns spot on national approved college list

      STEM-focused Metro State U. Denver earns spot on national approved college list

      It's no secret that metro Denver businesses are looking for qualified graduates to fill jobs in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, as the state reportedly will have a 28 percent increase in STEM jobs between 2008 and 2018. And according to Victory Media's 2015 STEM Jobs Approved Colleges list, Metropolitan State University of Denver is one of the best in the state to produce them.

      Read Full Article
    6. Denver CIOs Reveal Hiring Plans For First Half Of 2015

      Denver CIOs Reveal Hiring Plans For First Half Of 2015

      The just-released Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report for Denver shows that 18 percent of Denver-area chief information officers (CIOs) surveyed recently plan to expand their IT teams in the first half of 2015. The 2015 hiring projections are based on interviews with 100 CIOs who were asked to provide a six-month hiring outlook.

      Read Full Article
    7. 3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      3 Ways To Attract Women To Your Technology Company

      As it exists today, the tech industry may not be as attractive or welcoming for women as it is for men. The salary gap between men and women is 67% and men make up more than 70% of the technology industry according to a study out of the TriNet SMBeat. That’s a problem, because startups with at least one woman on their founding team are almost 20% more likely to have generated revenue than companies without women.

      Read Full Article
    8. Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Colorado Eco Devo Commission offers $19M in incentives for more than 1,200 jobs

      Continuing a months-long trend of major recruiting spends, the Colorado Economic Development Commission offered $19 million Thursday to eight companies that could create as many as 1,267 jobs in the state — including one whose CEO accepted the incentives on the spot and pronounced he would move his headquarters to Denver from San Francisco.

      Jason Fletcher, CEO of cloud-computing provider Granicus, said his company will create 221 new jobs over the next eight years as it relocates to Denver and…

      Read Full Article
    9. Push for STEM education in Colorado gathers steam

      Push for STEM education in Colorado gathers steam

      Kathy Norton gave a perfect example Friday morning of how an innovative partnership is helping her students at Arvada High School embrace the subjects collectively known as STEM — an acronym that refers to science, technology, engineering and math. The Arvada High principal recounted how engineering students at the school have for years designed and built catapults, an ancient weapon with little practical application today beyond seeing how far you can chunk a pumpkin. This year those students…

      Read Full Article
    889-912 of 990 « 1 2 ... 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 »
  1. Popular Articles

  2. Organizations in the News

    1. (1 articles) Colorado Technology Association
  3. Categories

    1. Feeds:

      CTA Members Press Releases, CTA Tech Tour, Government & Policy, Tech Workforce & Education
    2. Tags:

      B2B Software, Big Data & Analytics, Business Services Provider, Cloud, Community Organizations, Consumer Software, Development, Energy Tech, Enterprise, Government, Hardware, Health IT, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Internet of Things, Mobile, Security, Startups, Telecom, Women In Tech