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TRANSMOSIS CEO TO SPEAK AT THE IEDC 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Transmosis CEO, Chase Norlin, to speak at the IEDC 2017 Annual Conference. With the emergence of new global markets, communities need to work together to encourage competition and advance economic growth. This must-attend event for economic developers – IEDC’s first annual conference outside of the United States – will focus on how to Connect, Collaborate, and Create at the global level to contribute to the transformation of local, state, and regional economies. Toronto and its surrounding region are consistently ranked at the top of international indexes for competitiveness, innovation, and liveability. Few cities in the world can offer such...

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SJECCD Opens Game Design Course to the Public Over Spring Break to Promote STEM Careers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 4, 2017 SAN JOSÉ, Calif., April 4, 2017 – Have you ever wanted to work in the Gaming industry? Transmosis www.transmosis.com and the Silicon Valley Engineering Tech Pathways (SVETP) svcareerpathways.org, a California Career Pathways Trust (CCPT) STEM Pathways Project funded by the California Department of Education (CDE) and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), will host a Game Design Academy from April 10 to April 14. This specialty course is limited to 25 students. The Game Design Course is open to anyone. No experience necessary. Employers require applicants to have basic skills, but they...

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Transmosis CEO to speak at the Apprenticeship Forward National Conference

Transmosis CEO, Chase Norlin, to speak at the Apprenticeship Forward National Conference. Apprenticeship Forward is a national conference that will help chart a path toward a future where millions more American workers and businesses reap the benefits of a high performing apprenticeship system built through the collaboration of the public, private, and philanthropic sectors.  Date: May 4th-5th, 2017 Location: Washington Hilton, 1919 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009 Sponsoring Partners:  National Skills Coalition, New America, AFL-CIO Working for America Institute, Advance CTE, Jobs for the Future, National Association of Workforce Boards, National Fund for Workforce Solutions, National Governors Association, and Urban Institute (list in formation).  With the support of Annie E....

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Transmosis CEO to speak at the IEDC 2017 Annual Conference.

Transmosis CEO Chase Norlin will be speaking at the IEDC 2017 Annual Conference. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE: With the emergence of new global markets, communities need to work together to encourage competition and advance economic growth. This must-attend event for economic developers – IEDC’s first annual conference outside of the United States – will focus on how to Connect, Collaborate, and Create at the global level to contribute to the transformation of local, state, and regional economies. Toronto and its surrounding region are consistently ranked at the top of international indexes for competitiveness, innovation, and liveability....

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TRANSMOSIS VP SALES TO SPEAK ON “FACING THE CYBERSECURITY WORKFORCE SHORTAGE” AT THE NEVADA IT SYMPOSIUM , APRIL 05 2017

Transmosis VP Sales, Andrew Moy will be speaking about the shortage in the cybersecurity workforce in Las Vegas, NV. FACING THE CYBERSECURITY WORKFORCE SHORTAGE According to a recent Cisco report, there are over 1 million cybersecurity jobs unfilled, which is projected to rise to 6 million by 2019.  The problem is two-fold: filling the current gaps while preparing the next workforce generation. The solution requires that the public and private sectors work together to create clear career paths in cybersecurity. In order to recruit and retain skilled personnel, together they must incorporate a variety of employment tools and resources....

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Transmosis CEO at the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals Conference in Washington DC

Transmosis CEO will be speaking about “Engaging a Diverse Workforce” at the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals Conference in Washington DC on March 16, 2017. The International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) Second Annual National Conference continues to elevate the national dialogue on the very necessary strategic, tactical and operational imperatives needed to attract and develop minority cybersecurity practitioners. Conference...

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Transmosis Works with Silicon Valley Groups to Inspire San Jose College Students with Game Design Course to Promote STEM Careers

Transmosis and Workforce Institute challenged SCJCC computer science students to design and launch their own games. Transmosis worked with 9 community colleges, 6 unified school districts, community-based organizations and workforce intermediaries through a grant funded by San Jose-Evergreen City College District’s Workforce Institute. SAN JOSE, Ca., January 26, 2017 – www.transmosis.com Transmosis Corp. and http://www.wi-sjeccd.org the San José-Evergreen Workforce Institute (WI) recently inspired San José City College (SJCC) computer science students to accelerate their learning with a nine-day game design course. Transmosis spearheaded a regional Silicon Valley team to promote STEM career pathways for college students. This unthinkable feat...

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Fixing the Nation’s Cybersecurity Talent Shortage (Homeland Security Today)

Almost weekly, we hear of encroachments into big data systems in government, the military, finance, health, hospitality and retail – to name just some of the affected industry sectors. As awareness of our vulnerability has increased, demand for cybersecurity specialists has risen dramatically. Cybersecurity is not a low-skill field.  It requires general IT knowledge, specialist cybersecurity certifications, and, sometimes, knowledge about particular industry sectors such as finance and health.  We need talented, skilled professionals to meet the demand. And we don’t need them in a few years – we need them now.  How do we get enough people in...

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