Learning Alliance And T-Mobile’s NextTech Diversity Program Take Part In Community Hiring Event

For Immediate Release 1/24/23 – Learning Alliance Newsroom

Learning Alliance Corporation (LAC) and T-Mobile’s NextTech Diversity Program join forces in Evergreen Goodwill’s Refugee Community Hiring Event. This event gives diverse candidates a chance to kickstart their careers in various industries with the help of participating companies such as Starbucks, Delta Airlines, Amazon, T-Mobile, and more.

For years Evergreen Goodwill has provided support and opportunities to those who wish to gain job skills, secure employment, and support themselves and their families. This event is designed to connect job seekers with job opportunities and provide employment support for people in the Seattle and King County region.

Date:  January 26, 2023

Time: 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Address: 700 Dearborn Pl S, Seattle, WA 98144

The hiring event welcomes BIPOC individuals, immigrants, and refugees. Translation services will be provided for those who need it.

About Learning Alliance

Learning Alliance Corporation partners with businesses, colleges, and universities to bring U.S. Veterans and civilians stronger training initiatives that equate to solid career growth. By partnering with employers nationwide, Learning Alliance Corporation has created workshops, labs and simulation programs that align the theoretical concepts with real-world application learning. This adaptable approach creates learning solutions based on the community-specific goals, industry, staff skill level, and corporate culture. Learning Alliance Corporation provides quality instructors who are highly trained and specialize in the areas they teach. Learn more at https://www.mylearningalliance.com or contact Lymaris Pabellon at lpabellon@mylearningalliance.com

About NextTech Diversity Program

The NextTech Diversity Program aims to provide career training and placement for thousands of diverse candidates to take on roles as 5G network technicians. With $750,000 in initial seed funding from T-Mobile and another $150,000 committed from other telecommunications partners, our goal is to create long-term telecom careers where training provides job opportunities for new field service technicians who can install 5G networks on macro towers and small cell deployments. Learn more here.

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