You Spoke And We Listened!

TechConnect is a collaborative partnership between CareerSource Broward, local employers in the field of technology, Broward County educational institutions, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, and technology industry associations that is designed to address the needs of Broward County’s employers while creating opportunities for advancement of workers. Through strategic and innovative planning, TechConnect will serve as a catalyst for the continued growth in Broward County’s technology-based workforce and economic development.

 

With the continued growth of the county’s Information and Technology sector, CareerSource Broward wants to be your one-stop center for all your business service needs. We have access to quality IT professionals to meet your demand for skilled workers. We can assist with upgrading the skill set of your current staff as well as offer training dollars to qualified candidates.

 

Our Services 


Based on your company’s individual needs and available resources, we guide you through every step of the hiring process, including:

• Financial assistance to train new and existing employees
• Candidate pre-screening and skills assessment (click here to learn more
• Planning and hosting hiring events
• Labor market information
• And many more programs to help with your hiring need

Want to learn more? Contact Julia Costin - Business Services Manager-Technology Industry at (954) 677-5555, ext. 1035, and ask for Julia or email jcostin@careersourcebroward.com.


Career Pathways in IT presented by Broward College


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Other Resources






Technology Industry Employer Forum Letter to Education Partners

 


In conjunction with the Broward County Six Pillars Community Strategic Plan, CareerSource Broward (CSBD) held an employer forum with the Technology Industry on April 26, 2016 where CSBD and partners in the education and economic development heard from employers about the skills gaps the local industry is currently experiencing. The employers were also surveyed on the skills gaps facing the industry.

Click here to read a full recap of the event.