Alabama Digital Skills Initiative
NCWIT works with computing and technical leaders in the region to identify skill sets and training opportunities that align with employers’ needs. The end goal is to offer a diverse menu of online and in-person choices for women of the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Community as well as those who qualify through the Alabama Digital Skills Pilot, regardless of their location or schedule. These opportunities will be paid through via the Digital Skills grant at no cost to the participant.
View the list of current technical training opportunities online.
By early 2020, NCWIT will announce additional technical training opportunities for qualifying women. Among the current courses to be offered are Software Engineering, Data Analytics, Data Science, UX/ UI, Project Management; more will be offered in the future.*
This opportunity is currently open to the following:
- NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Community Members
AiC Community members may be eligible if they are:
- currently living in the Alabama area, or hoping to return to the Alabama area to seek employment
- have a desire to increase computing skills and/or further a technology-related career
- Alabama Digital Skills Pilot Participants
Women in Alabama may be eligible through the pilot if they are:
- re-entering the workforce with interest in a computing/ technology career
- considering changing careers with a new career in computing/ technology
- already in a technical computing role but wish to advance their career with additional digital skills
- View the list of current technical training opportunities online.
- Ready to apply? Please fill out the application online.
- Interested, but want more information? Please complete the interest form.
* Interested in proposing your own course or training opportunity? Have questions about the technical training opportunities or Alabama Digital Skills Initiatives? Please contact the NCWIT Regional Initiative Director, Stephanie Weber, at email@example.com.