Getting Black, Latinx/e, and Indigenous talent who are skilled via alternative routes than a bachelor’s degree “in the door” at tech companies is only half the battle. A long-term plan must be in place to ensure that apprentices continue to develop and advance. Too often, tech companies focus on hiring to meet diversity goals and not on retention. We also explore how apprenticeship champions can keep a positive frame on equity work to sustain and scale programming into the future.
Check out these best practices & tools co-designed with champions in tech who are pioneering new standards for equitable and inclusive apprenticeship programs.
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