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Transmosis wins Workforce Grant from the State of Nevada Governor’s Office

Partnership with the City of Henderson will launch STEM Workforce Accelerator Henderson, NV – February 11, 2016 – Transmosis, a nationally recognized workforce accelerator founded by Silicon Valley technology entrepreneurs, today announced it has won a grant from the Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation and Technology (OSIT) to develop a new STEM workforce training program in downtown Henderson.  The program will build off Transmosis’s nationally recognized on-the-job (OJT) training model and workforce accelerator developed in Silicon Valley. The City of Henderson has partnered with McKinsey and Transmosis to create an employer-driven IT Bootcamp, Externship, and Job Placement program and modeled...

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The U.S. Must ‘Reshore’, Not Offshore Jobs

Editorial, Chase Norlin Every major presidential candidate, even those most beholden to Wall Street, says he or she opposes the offshoring of American jobs. Like vows to “defeat ISIS” and “repair our crumbling infrastructure,” the nationalist cri de couer against “shipping jobs overseas” has become a bipartisan catchphrase of the 2016 race. But political rhetoric is one thing and economic reality is another. Offshoring has become an effective way for U.S. companies to build and manage their products and services. Look at Apple Computer. Except for the Mac Pro personal computer, possibly the best company in the history of American...

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Transmosis to Launch Workforce Accelerator in Tempe

Partnership with the City of Tempe will bring New Technology Companies and On-The-Job Training to the Region TEMPE, AZ – November 11, 2015 – Transmosis, a nationally recognized workforce accelerator founded by Silicon Valley technology entrepreneurs, today announced a partnership with the City of Tempe to launch an invitation-only technology accelerator in the former Tempe Performing Arts Center. Several leading technology companies have already been accepted as Transmosis focuses on the fastest growing technology sectors including cyber security, gaming, digital advertising, transportation, and mobile communications. “We welcome Transmosis to Tempe. Entrepreneurs and small businesses are the key to a...

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Transmosis Executive Director to present at the California Workforce Association Conference in Monterey

Transmosis Executive Director to present at the California Workforce Association Meeting of the Minds Conference in Monterey on Sep 10, 2015:   “Fast Forward: A Practicum for Inventing our Future.” Earn and Learn Models The Power of Externships in Business Incubation Chase Norlin, Executive Director, Transmosis This session will focus on the importance of experiential learning alongside training to fill skill gaps. This session will showcase a new model whereby candidates learn real work experience by interning at startup companies in an incubator setting.  Learn the importance of business incubation to the regional economy, why startup companies and innovation...

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Transmosis to speak at the American Planning Association (APA) Annual Conference (Nevada Chapter)

Transmosis to host a panel at the American Planning Association (APA) Annual Conference (Nevada Chapter) on September 13, 2015. “The Power of Business Incubation in Economic Development and Labor Force Conversion”. This session will focus on the importance of business incubation to the regional economy, why startup companies and innovation are critical to regional economic expansion, and how the local labor force can be inspired and transformed to participate in the New Economy. ...

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Transmosis wins Workforce Accelerator Fund 2.0

The California Workforce Investment Board has announced that Transmosis, in partnership with the NOVA Workforce Investment Board, has won Workforce Accelerator Fund 2.0 (after having won Workforce Accelerator Fund 1.0 in 2014). The California Workforce Investment Board and the Employment Development Department funded projects that design, develop, and implement projects that accelerate employment and re-employment strategies for California job seekers. The State Board and EDD will fund projects and partnerships to create and prototype innovative strategies that bridge education and workforce gaps for targeted populations, and initial implementation of promising models and practices in workforce system service delivery infrastructure....

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Transmosis to Launch Workforce Accelerator at Fruitvale Village in Partnership with The Unity Council

Focus on Training Underserved Groups into Careers in Technology – Call for Start-ups OAKLAND, CA – June 19, 2015 – Transmosis, a nationally recognized workforce accelerator founded by Silicon Valley technology entrepreneurs, today announced a strategic partnership with The Unity Council to launch a customized workforce accelerator at Fruitvale Village, a transit-oriented development located next to the Fruitvale BART station.  The partnership will leverage Transmosis’s history of providing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) on-the-job training (OJT) to underserved groups and provides a platform for connecting these groups to opportunities at high technology companies. The Transmosis workforce accelerator was born...

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