GENERATION WV TO HOST PRESS CONFERENCE ANNOUNCING LAUNCH OF YEAR THREE OF IMPACT FELLOWSHIP

Posted by Tatum Utley on Dec 19, 2018 8:00:29 AM
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Generation West Virginia (Generation WV) - the statewide organization dedicated to attracting and retaining young talent in the Mountain State - is hosting a press conference on Wednesday, December 19th at 10 a.m. on the second floor lobby of the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center to announce the launch of year three of the Impact Fellowship Program.  The press conference will mark the official opening of applications for the  26 paid fellowship positions at  15 participating host companies from across the state. 
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Local fintech company adds VP

Posted by Tatum Utley on Dec 7, 2018 9:14:56 AM

Walters comes to software company from Chicago.

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Martin brings another high-tech business to its downtown area

Posted by Tatum Utley on Dec 3, 2018 5:02:35 PM

Martin is starting to form a small technology hub in West Tennessee after a second high-tech company moved into downtown.

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New software company locates close to UT Martin grads

Posted by Tatum Utley on Dec 3, 2018 3:25:30 PM

Graduates from the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Computer Science now have a close-to-home option when looking for skilled work in the software development field. Core10, a fintech software development company, officially opened a new Martin branch Nov. 30 in Martin’s historic downtown area on Lindell Street.

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Now is the time to develop a WV cyber workforce

Posted by Tatum Utley on Dec 3, 2018 10:58:43 AM

At the West Virginia Coding and Cyber Summit Nov. 15, McAfee Executive and West Virginia native Jason Rolleston made an excellent point about why West Virginians are well suited for jobs in cyber. In describing a neighbor from Pocahontas County who could fix cars with “duct tape, baling twine and coat hangers,” Rolleston accurately noted that West Virginians have a rich tradition —born out of necessity — of finding ways to make things work.

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Topics: Press, The State Journal, West Virginia, WV Press

Core10 is Creating Fintech Jobs in the Heartland – Again!

Posted by Tatum Utley on Nov 30, 2018 3:00:47 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, November 30th, 2018

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Core 10 expands into downtown Martin

Posted by Tatum Utley on Nov 28, 2018 9:21:25 AM

"Exposed brick and sealed concrete floors once hidden by facades and covered by shelves of office supplies now house the offices of a technology company that could function virtually anywhere but has chosen Lindell Street in Historic Downtown Martin for its latest expansion.

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This program wants to build a new tech workforce in West Virginia

Posted by Tatum Utley on Oct 19, 2018 10:53:32 AM

NewForce, a partnership between Generation West Virginia and Jobcase, aims to solve two problems: A lack of job opportunities, and a lack of trained people for tech companies in the state to employ. This program has been born out of the collective efforts of founding employer partner Core10, Mountwest Community and Technical College in Huntington, and Nashville Software School.

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Tech training partnership bodes well for the region

Posted by Tatum Utley on Oct 14, 2018 11:09:13 AM

Lee Farabaugh, co-founder of Core10 and NewForce Employer Partner, speaks as Generation West Virginia hosts a news conference to announce the launch of a the new program "NewForce" on Thursday, Oct. 11, at Mountwest Community and Technical College in Huntington.

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Topics: featured, Press, West Virginia

New tech program launched in Huntington

Posted by Tatum Utley on Oct 12, 2018 11:02:37 AM

HUNTINGTON — Move over, Silicon Valley. Silicon Holler is ready for its debut into the technology world. With the addition of a brand-new, tuition-free coding school in the city, Huntington Mayor Steve Williams is not joking when he says Appalachia is poised to be the next Silicon Valley.

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