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Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with UST’s Alvin Abraham

 

Dean Alvin Abraham of the Dougherty Family College (DFC) at the University of St. Thomas will share his perspective on broadening access to technology jobs in Minnesota at TechTalent Feb. 28. He speaks here about the challenges of our technology talent gap and possible solutions.

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February 19, 2019 | Comments Off on Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with UST’s Alvin Abraham

Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with MakeIt MSP’s Matt Lewis

 

Matt Lewis runs the Make It. MSP program for the Greater MSP Partnership and will speak on his team’s efforts to attract technologists and technology jobs to the region at TechTalent Feb. 28. Here’s a look at Matt’s take on the technology talent gap and why we can be optimistic about solving it:

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February 19, 2019 | Comments Off on Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with MakeIt MSP’s Matt Lewis

Tech Talent Preview: Q & A with Comcast’s Chris Passaro

 

Chris Passaro, Comcast’s vice president of Human Resources for the Twin Cities region, will speak on a panel about best-in-class workforce initiatives at TechTalent Feb. 28. Here’s a preview of some of his insight:

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February 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Tech Talent Preview: Q & A with Comcast’s Chris Passaro

Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with RealTime Talent’s Deb Broberg

 

Deb Broberg, executive director of RealTime Talent, will speak on a panel about the tech labor gap in Minnesota at TechTalent Feb. 28. The “Defining the Problem” panel will include insight on the current landscape and projections for what our technology talent gap will look like in 2022. Here’s a preview of some of her insight:

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February 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Tech Talent Preview: Q&A with RealTime Talent’s Deb Broberg

TechTalent Preview: Q&A with MHTA Interim CEO & President Lisa Schlosser

Lisa Schlosser, interim CEO and president of the Minnesota High Tech Association, is pleased to help advance the conversation around attracting, developing and retaining talent on technology teams in Minnesota at TechTalent Feb. 28. She speaks here about the event and our technology talent environment:

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February 15, 2019 | Comments Off on TechTalent Preview: Q&A with MHTA Interim CEO & President Lisa Schlosser