AT&T Grant Helps Local Nonprofit, VetsinTech, Offer Veterans Online Training to Expand Their Skills for a Career in Technology
VetsinTech, the leading national non-profit dedicated to advancing career opportunities for veterans in the tech industry, announced the continuation of a training series for veterans. Working together with AT&T California and its “Believe Bay Area” initiative, VetsinTech is holding additional training for veterans to sharpen their skills in web development. As a result of the ongoing Shelter-in-Place mandate, VetsinTech quickly pivoted core parts of its business, moving them online, and this includes training for veterans and their spouses.
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“We’re most grateful for AT&T California’s commitment to supporting training and employment opportunities for our veterans,” said Katherine Webster, Founder and CEO of VetsinTech. “Through AT&T’s generous grant, VetsinTech can continue to train dozens more veterans in web development. These technical skills are high demand and will open up job opportunities or career advancements for veterans.”
“VetsinTech is making invaluable mentorship and technology training broadly available to our vets at this challenging time. Veterans can take advantage of these valuable online resources to either secure a meaningful career opportunity or extend their skill sets and responsibilities in current roles,” said Rhonda Johnson, President- AT&T California. “We’re delighted to support VetsinTech as they ready our veterans to springboard into developing or future opportunities especially as the market rebounds to normal.”
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Last fall, AT&T California selected VetsinTech as one of a handful of prominent local organizations for a generous grant as part of AT&T’s Believe Bay Area™, a community and employee-driven initiative focused on building skills and creating career pathways and employment opportunities. AT&T’s initiative targets underserved communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a result of AT&T California’s grant, VetsinTech has trained dozens of veterans in honing their skills for web development and cloud infrastructure.
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