It’s no secret that Nashville’s Tech Community has seen rapid growth for the last five years. The recent announcement of Oracle bringing in 8,500 jobs got everyone’s attention. To meet the unprecedented demand for tech talent in Middle Tennessee, NSS Founder and CEO John Wark believes that how we’ve sourced talent in the past won’t be enough to fill the bounty of employment opportunities in Nashville’s future.
John Wark leads a panel discussion on where tech in Nashville is heading, how the local community is already preparing, and how you can help NSS provide more opportunities to adults looking to make the leap into a tech career.
Panelists include Brian Moyer, President & CEO at the Greater Nashville Technology Council; Matt Marshall, VP of Client Services at Built Technologies; Esther Sanders, NSS Alumna and Software Engineer at Built Technologies; Jessica Morrison, NSS Alumna and Middle Office Analyst at UBS, and Jason Turan, VP Data Science and Engineering at Healthcare Bluebook.
This event supports our #BigPayback campaign on May 5 – 6, 2021 to raise ,000 to fund 10 scholarships.
Give now: http://nashss.com/bigpayback
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