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Nearly 7 million young adults in the U.S. are unemployed, yet 3.6 million jobs remain unfilled.

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WITHOUT ACTION, WE ARE AT RISK OF LOSING AN ENTIRE GENERATION OF TALENT AND POTENTIAL.


—– WHAT WE DO —–

Today’s young adults are economic assets, not social liabilities. code to work is an employer-led initiative aimed at transforming the hiring process. We use a skills-based approach to identify, train and hire talent. The traditional credentials-based focus must evolve to give all qualified job seekers a chance to prove themselves.

IDENTIFY

We help employers find talent in places where they don’t traditionally look. We believe that smart, skilled, hardworking job candidates exist in programs and schools all over the country and we can find them.

ASSESS 

We will use a high fidelity skills assessment that measures mastery of the multi-dimensional skillsets required by today’s employers. Once the bar is set by the assessment, the challenge is issued to educators and job seekers: train to this skills bar and you will be steps away from being hired.

MATCH

Armed with a deep understanding of the skills needed to fill available jobs, code to work will match qualified candidates to critical jobs. We will continually add to the pipeline of talent by adapting today’s curricula to meet the nuanced needs of employers.

TRANSFORM

Partnering with employers, code to work raises the standards on skills development and, thereby, proving that there are many highly-employable individuals who are simply overlooked by traditional recruiting methods.  

Finally, where are we headed? The realignment of post-secondary education will deemphasize the importance of the degree and increase the importance of proven competencies. This will further accelerate the growth of new apprenticeship models and will go a long way to closing the skills gap.


—– WHO WE ARE —–

Barbara Chang

Barbara has over 25 years of nonprofit management experience. She most recently served as Executive Vice President of Per Scholas, the largest IT workforce development organization in New York City, overseeing fundraising and the training program. Previous to Per Scholas, Barbara was the CEO of NPower National and Executive Director of NPower New York. 

Simon Moloney

Simon has over 20+ years of technology, IT management and software developement experience. He has managed small, medium and enterprise IT organizations. He served as CIO at Uncommon Schools and General Manager IT/CRM Consulting NPower New York. Previously he was an executive with Accenture serving the HighTech industry and earlier VP Product Development at American Telecorp(now Convergys). Has two software patents, and is working on the 3rd.

Melinda Chang

Melinda is a former Investment Banker and started her career at J.P. Morgan helping technology clients find solutions to their capital needs. After eight years at J.P. Morgan Chase, she later joined NPower, a technology-focused NGO, as director of their principle product and led the development, launch and growth of the offering, which currently serves over 1,000 NGOs around the world.

Jessica Leavitt

Advisor

Jessica works in the Community Affairs Department at Capital One Bank and is responsible for developing and implementing an executive engagement strategy that leverages community to support business imperatives and goals. Before working at Capital One, Jessica worked for Per Scholas, a workforce development social venture located in New York City, managing organizational strategy and national expansion. 

—– EMPLOYERS + CODE TO WORK= THE RIGHT EMPLOYEES FOR THE RIGHT JOBS —–

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