BRCC Small Business Center ‘Call for Speakers’ on mobile technology.
The federal government’s role in studying climate change will change under President Donald Trump. One of the many controversies during the first two weeks of his administration is a push to prevent federal agencies that are studying the climate from publicizing their research.
Mountain Area Workforce Development Board announces Backpacks to Briefcases, a paid internship program for recent college graduates who are unemployed or underemployed. If you know of recent college graduates who would like to participate or if you know of local businesses who would like to host the internships, contact Nathan Ramsey at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost […]
ASHEVILLE – Everything changed when the members of Code for Asheville started going to the public instead of inviting the public to them.
The 11th Annual Homecoming Career Fair will be on Jan. 18, 2017, 11am to 4pm, at the WNC Agricultural Center in Fletcher.
Asheville City is surveying its business and community leaders to determine whether it should expand its City of Asheville Youth Leadership Academy for next summer.
On October 21, some 250 business leaders and students from throughout the Southeast convened at Montreat College for its second annual RETR3AT cybersecurity conference.
Know Thyself–this ancient Greek truth is always a great first step for movement and change. As our community looks to build a more vibrant tech hub and ecosystem here in Western NC, we asked you to complete a survey to see where we might be headed. 105 people took our LONG survey and the results […]
October 21 RETR3AT.montreat.edu Each year, Montreat College hosts RETR3AT, a conference designed to engage, educate, and raise awareness about cybersecurity in Western North Carolina and beyond. RETR3AT goes beyond the “1s and 0s” approach to cybersecurity training, challenging attendees to think about how to lead in protecting their organization’s information within an ethical framework. Register […]
The U.S. Department of Labor announced $150 million in TechHire grants, designed to extend high quality, accelerated tech training opportunities to new communities—including over $30 million in grants for projects serving predominantly rural areas. One of the areas receiving a grant is Madison County, NC. Madison County will collaborate with local universities and partners like […]