Hire BMore: Developing a People Pipeline presented by Technical.ly
Technology and productivity improvements are rapidly transforming the local workplace leading to an increased demand for a skilled and adaptable workforce. As Baltimore develops its R&D, advanced manufacturing, and innovation capacities, it also begins transitioning the city’s development prospects which will increasingly hinge on successful education and training programs to build, adapt, and validate.
Join the conversation with prominent local organizations which have a role in the local development of job skills and identify resources to support your business growth. We will start off the day with a roundtable discussion amongst the audience hitting key pain points and areas of success to creating a strong workforce and retaining talent. We will provide prompted questions to engage with your fellow peers in the audience that can provide context to the panel of local experts discussion.
Following, you'll hear from Facebook Community Boost as they share information about their programming coming to Baltimore in November. More details below.
We will then have a fireside chat to hear from our keynote speaker, Jacob Hsu, CEO of Catalyte as we take an even deeper dive into forming the hiring pipeline. Catalyte uses artificial intelligence to identify individuals, regardless of background, who have the innate potential and cognitive ability to be great software developers. Some of their clients include Fortune 500 companies such as Under Armour, Nike, eBay, Blue Cross Blue Shield and others.
- 8:30 AM | Registration, Networking, breakfast
- 9:00 AM | Opening Remarks
- 9:05 AM | Audience Discussion
- 9:45 AM | Facebook Community Boost in Baltimore this November with Chris Curtis, SMB Community Engagement Coordinator on the Small and Medium Business team at Facebook
- 10:15 AM | Talent Panel
- Dennis Elliott, Vice President, T.Rowe Price
- Lakeisha Mathews, Director of the Career and Professional Development Center at the University of Baltimore
- Jay Reilly, Counsel at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
- 11:05 AM | Fireside chat with Jacob Hsu, CEO, Catalyte
More information on Facebook Community Boost in Baltimore this November:
Facebook Community Boost is coming to Baltimore from November 12-14th! Facebook Community Boost a program designed to help U.S. small businesses grow and equip more people with the digital skills they need to compete in the new economy. The Facebook team will be at Baltimore Innovation Week to share more about the program and give a sneak peek into the training you can expect in November.
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