Knox St. Studios and Access Center for Equity & Success, in partnership with RTriad have been awarded $300,000 in grant funding, a significant portion of ARPA funds from The Division of Workforce Solutions (DWS). North Carolina’s “First in Talent” Plan and Governor Cooper’s NC Job Ready initiative aim to leverage the three partnering organizations' efforts to bridge skill gaps in the technology industry. The funds will be used to create access to education, training, and skill development.
“We have committed ourselves to innovative collaboration with passionate partners like Knox St. Studios to bring equitable solutions to underserved businesses and underrepresented talent in the IT industry. We know that digital transformation for small business is essential to their ability to compete and thrive in the current market. Also, cybersecurity competence is critical to their resilience in the most hostile economic conditions in a century.” shared RTriad CTO, Kevin Robinson.
For more details, please enjoy the Knox St. Studios press release below.
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