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|L.A.U.N.C.H. Spring 2024 Cohort
|Hire UP: National Security Manufacturing
|2024 STEM Summit
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Winning Talent Together: A Pittsburgh Technology Council quarterly program series focused on strategic talent initiatives, retaining & finding top talent, and best practices in human resources/ talent recruitment in Pittsburgh. Recent topics included Demystifying the Requirements for Hiring and Retaining International Talent, Overcoming the Software Developer Talent Shortage, The Brave New World of Performance Management & Talent Analytics.
Hire Up: Looking to recruit the next generation of top technology talent for part and full-time positions or internships? The Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Hire UP can help. Hire UP convenes top students from all Pittsburgh colleges and universities, for a top-notch job fair. Students studying information technology, engineering, traditional sciences, and more will be looking to learn about opportunities at your company.
Tech Connect: A unique way to brand your business as the employer of choice among a specialized group of professionals. Culminating in a private event, either in person or virtual, via Zoom, Tech Connect brings the Council’s recruiting, event planning and marketing tools together to dramatically increase a company’s exposure to targeted job seekers (passive and active).
Summer Slam: This social event is for Pittsburgh vibrant technology community filled with software developers, engineers, data scientists, product managers, UX developers, AI/Machine Learning engineers, cybersecurity professionals, systems analysts, help desk technicians and everyone in between.
STEM Summit: The STEM Summit is a one-day event each Spring designed to showcase the diverse array of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math related careers that are available in southwestern Pennsylvania. We invite students, educators, administrators and parents to join us as we work to promote the future pipeline of technology talent in the region. Company tours are the highlight of this program!
Three Rivers Educational Technology Conference: Three Rivers Educational Technology Conference (TRETC) is the best opportunity all year for teachers and K-12 administrators and higher education decision makers in the Pittsburgh region. TRETC allows you to network with peers and choose from over 50 professional development sessions to enhance your classroom teaching abilities.
LAUNCH: The LAUNCH (Learn, Aspire, Understand, Navigate, Connect, Highlight) program transforms the natural curiosity of high school girls into a voice of leadership in the STEM industry. Through our comprehensive program, high school girls will gain insight into their leadership style and be equipped with the confidence to pursue a successful career path in STEM. LAUNCH integrates the Athena leadership curriculum, interactive portfolio development, and professional mentors working in STEM. Through their engagement, our participants experience growth as leaders and exit the program prepared to create positive changes in their chosen career path.
For more information contact Marie Pelloni, Director of Talent, STEM, & Workforce Innovation Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all New Members! We want to see you tomorrow @ our New Member Mixer @ the Tech Council office! You will get to take the mic to share more about your co. & learn more about membership amenities, Tech Council staff, & upcoming programs! Register at https://t.co/x2hdRmMhpt https://t.co/Hb1ufAdCnF
Listen to Meesha Gerhart talk about building RedTree Web Design and get details on her new podcast Women Entrepreneur. https://t.co/MVdhYMDmos
Kurt Lesker Company, a global leader in vacuum technology, stopped by the TechVibe Radio Neighborhood Tour right from Huntington Bank in the South Hills! https://t.co/m7haVQZL4z
Pittsburgh’s first step toward landing on the Moon started in a room above a bagel shop in Oakland. A private company spunoff from CMU’s Robotics Institute in 2007, @astrobotic has grown rapidly in recent years. Read our OnRAMP Magazine cover story here: https://t.co/vo3utTNSRJ https://t.co/HRRcW8vV86
Nominations for the 2023 Tech 50 Awards are OPEN! Think your company is a top #techinnovator in Southwestern PA? Tech 50 is your opportunity to tell us why! Learn more/submit a nomination form by July 28 @ https://t.co/LGxkWshhMJ, and save the Tech 50 Awards date: November 16! https://t.co/i0JJkiFiPg