San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Educational institutions and nonprofit organizations around the world deliver Networking Academy courses to help improve local career opportunities.
Last year, the TechShop created over $22M in new employment income from companies that began here, much like ours. In the case of CityLab, we supply technical knowledge, and over 15 years of Executive Management Experience to teach students how to enter and maintain a career in ICT.
Companies we work with like Cisco, Intel, ASUS, IBM and others estimate a total of $22T in new jobs are online for as early as 2020, just a mere 4 years away.
The courses cover a range of topics from basic network design and theory to network security and advanced troubleshooting tools. 21st-century skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and collaboration are integrated into the curricula to help students succeed in their careers.
If selected for the class, you will be one of the first of California's Certified Network Technicians ready for the workforce of the future with a leading Silicon Valley Employer.
We are accepting interns, students, and employee representatives.
If you need more information or to enroll you may register here, and we will send you updates and information.
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Maximum Balance Foundation SPC
Founded in 2015, CityLab harnesses the collective power of the world’s most influential Makers in San Jose and financial institutions to build a new type of urban practice that gets dramatically better results for low-income people, faster.
The good news and good thing about working in San Jose with strong foundations are that they have the financial independence to deal with some of those hot topics that conventional NGO's cannot tackle per chance they might ruffle the feathers of those people who fund them.
Our students are the rockstars of our business. It's our job to make them look and feel like one.
CityLab aims to resolve the knowledge divide for the base of the pyramid populations in the local market through civic enterprise technology and the internet. This challenge also involves closing the Knowledge Divide along that path, which involves a Volunteer effort equal to its challenge.
This challenge also involves closing both Digital Divide Fragments, and the larger Knowledge Divide along that path, which involves a Volunteer effort equal to its challenge.
As part of the reward for selected Volunteers, Interns, and Employees, Mr. Clarke communicates the first 100 Hours of service to the United States White House for Service Volunteer Recognition. Mr. Clarke holds the Presidental Lifetime Service Award, given to him in 2011.