Selina Suarez knew that training was reworking people from ethnic minorities, women, and low-income people in the technical world.
For exle, Salesforce management software expert Suarez currently working for the company established a nonprofit organization PepUp Tech in 2017 and teaches newcomers how to create and manage databases. Employees can find new customers. This is an increasingly important skill for sales and talented employment.
But while talking to a tech – oriented student she wanted to serve, she discovered that she lacked the links that other equivalent qualified students had.
Suarez said in an interview "Nobody knows them."
The answer was to start an employment fair. Last Thursday evening at the Salesforce Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, Suárez sponsored network events, some hosted by comedian Sasheer Zamata, hosted by President Barack Obama President Valerie Jarrett. An event called Make Change, sponsored by Salesforce.
For Suarez, this will help solve the permanent problem of diversity in the technology world. Over the years technology companies have been committed to improving the proportion of women and ethnic minorities of employees. However, as you learned from corporate annual demographics such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, the problem is.
Employment fair combined with technical training provided by PepUp tech,To succeed …
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