March 17th 2023.
ThriveDX, a worldwide leader in digital security and digital abilities training, declared today that they have partnered with OneTen, a coalition planned to reduce the disparity in chances for Black talent in the U.S. by working with the country's top executives, companies, and talent developers to hire and promote one million Black individuals without four-year degrees into stable positions over a period of ten years.
As an accepted talent accelerator, ThriveDX joins OneTen's broadening portfolio of top educators, upskillers, and career training providers devoted to delivering sought-after skills for sought-after jobs at the nation's leading employers. This collaboration will open up numerous prospective openings to place Black talent into technology and cybersecurity B2B training programs.
As an element of OneTen's network of talent development collaborators, ThriveDX will join a strong network of leading local, regional, and national educational and skill-building organizations that aid diverse talent to identify, develop, and build the aptitudes needed to acquire rewarding professions that do not need college degrees. Through this alliance, ThriveDX will be able to link OneTen employer members with proficient, job-ready African American students in ThriveDX-powered programs.
"At ThriveDX, our purpose is not solely to create generational impact, but likewise to alter the complexion of the global workforce to reduce the digital abilities gap and protect society against the most significant hazard the world is confronting - the cybersecurity menace," said Desiree Young, executive vice president of global partnership and strategic advancement at ThriveDX. "Through collaboration with prestigious organizations like OneTen, we will promote more equitable access to opportunity and advancement for the students in ThriveDX-powered programs and help create more sustainable talent pipelines that will permit employees and employers to create a more digitally-safe economy."
ThriveDX, a global leader in cybersecurity and digital skills training, has partnered with OneTen, a coalition dedicated to closing the opportunity gap for Black talent in the United States. This coalition works with major American executives, companies, and talent developers to hire and promote one million Black individuals who don't have college degrees into sustainable jobs in a span of a decade.
As a recognized talent accelerator, ThriveDX joins a portfolio of leading educators, upskillers, and career trainers devoted to providing in-demand skills for highly sought-after jobs in the country's top employers. This collaboration will open up a plethora of opportunities to place Black talent into technology and cybersecurity B2B training programs.
As part of OneTen's network of skill development partners, ThriveDX will be part of a comprehensive network of regional, local, and national educational and skill-building organizations that aid diverse talent to discover, cultivate, and build the abilities necessary to land lucrative jobs that do not require college degrees. Through this partnership, ThriveDX will be able to connect OneTen employer members with qualified, job-ready African American students in ThriveDX-backed programs.
Desiree Young, executive vice president of global partnership & strategic innovation at ThriveDX, commented, “At ThriveDX, our goal is to not only create generational impact, but also to alter the face of the global workforce to close the digital skills gap and guard society from the biggest threat the world is facing – the cybersecurity threat. By collaborating with esteemed organizations like OneTen, we will generate more equitable access to opportunity and advancement for the students in ThriveDX-backed programs and help construct more enduring talent pipelines that will enable employers and employees to construct a more digitally-secure economy.”
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