Technology Talent Fund
The $10 million fund is a resource for both workers and employers to ensure Connecticut has the workforce talent needed to fuel growth in its tech sectors. It is managed by the Connecticut Technology Talent Advisory Committee.
Pursuant to Section 32-7p of the Connecticut General Statutes, the Technology Talent Advisory Committee submitted a full report to the Commerce, Education, Higher Education, and Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committees. This report contains information about the committee’s pilot programs, number of technology-based workers targeted for recruitment, and timeline/measures for reaching the recruitment target.
- Changing the Face of Education, Holberton School Bringing Silicon Valley Skills to Connecticut, Expecting to Double Connecticut Software Engineer Graduates
- Gov. Malloy Announces Two High-Tech Training Firms Establishing Programs in Connecticut to Provide Residents With Skills Needed to Fill In-Demand Jobs
- Additional details can be found in the full legislation (Sec. 23).
- Technology Talent Advisory Committee