Career Education - Hands-On Training
Dean Career Education, Workforce and Educational Partnerships
CE Division Assistant
Career Education Counselor
Interim Director Community Education and Career Pathways
If you are having trouble scheduling an appointment, please contact Adriana Servin and firstname.lastname@example.org
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'IBMers' roles aren't white collar or blue collar jobs, they're New Collar jobs – where skills matter more than degrees.
From coding camps and P-TECH (which IBM pioneered) to community colleges, new collar IBMers have built in-demand skills that qualify them for jobs in fast growing fields that offer significant upward mobility. IBM is constantly evolving to harness the opportunities that breakthrough technologies offer, and that means our workforce evolves as well. By emphasizing the power, potential and opportunity of new collar jobs and the skills they require, we sincerely hope more players in our industry will rethink their approach to hiring, and prioritize the value of skills over specific degrees.” By Sam Ladah, Vice President, Human Resources, IBM
See the IBM Skills Gateway where students can explore learning journeys and take courses in the most sought after IT jobs.