Valerie Witt made the transition from third-grade teacher to area partnership manager for Skill Struck, a provider of computer science education platforms, with the help of a new program in Utah called Tech-Moms.
Tech-Moms serves as a bridge between companies seeking more diverse talent and women looking to transition into tech careers, says Tech-Moms co-founder Robbyn Scribner.
Last fall, Witt was among nearly 30 participants in the program's first two group. This spring, Tech-Moms is running two more groups in partnership with Weber State University and Utah Valley University. They are also working on launching Tech-Moms Latina, Scribner says, as well as an online version for those in rural Utah.
From The Salt Lake Tribune
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