Looking for a new job, possibly in technology? Interested in entering or re-entering the workforce but unsure where to start, or if you’ve even got the right skills? Want to use your current skills and perhaps acquire new ones, but aren’t sure what employers are looking for?
For Griff Griffin, on-the-job training in customer service and people management skills paved the way to a new collar career at IBM in Dubuque, Iowa.
For P-TECH graduate Gabriel Rosa, a love for experimenting led from hacking his school’s computer system to a NASA hackathon to a New Collar job with IBM.
IBMer Rey Lozano’s decision to take a chance on New Collar IT skills helped him make the jump from fast food to the fast-growing technology industry.
“I consider myself a creator,” said Savannah Worth, Software Developer at IBM’s Bluemix Garage in San Francisco. “My passions have always revolved around creating content – whether it was writing, drawing, or singing.” Since childhood, Savannah has used sketchbooks to express herself – and ultimately, refine her craft. From watching Star Wars to playing video […]
Cecelia Schartiger made the jump from education to technology, and didn't stop there. Her new collar path has led to the exciting field of cybersecurity.
Randy Tolentino spent 10 years as an independent hip hop and rap artist. Now, after building the right mix of skills, he writes code for IBM.
From NASA pioneers to New Collar IBMers, how the advancement of technology has opened doors to new careers since the space race.