Updated March 30 at 12:29am
Workforce Development
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A June 2016 survey compiled by Tech Collective, Rhode Island's information technology and bioscience industry association, found that 51 percent of local information technology professionals work "core" tech sectors, such as IT services, software and network communications, while the remaining 49 percent work in IT-related positions in finance, health care, education and professional industries. more
RICHARD STAPLES was recently honored as Leadership Rhode Island's 2017 Volunteer Award recipient. Staples, who retired from Fannie Mae in 2014, has volunteered as LRI's photographer for more than four years. In what ways does photography … more
The state’s Office of Innovation recently launched the inaugural Government Innovation League. more
1 In December, BOND, in partnership with the Center for Women & Enterprise, announced BOND-PLX – an educational learning exchange for minority and women business owners to learn about the construction industry. What was the catalyst for the move? … more
Split across two campuses, one in Providence and one in South Kingstown, the University of Rhode Island’s newly renamed Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies will be launched at a March 22 event. more
The University of Rhode Island’s Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies will be launched at a March 22 event on both the South Kingstown and Providence campuses, according to an announcement made by the school on Monday. more
Rhode Island should prepare for a substantial boost in 2017. That's the conclusion to be drawn from the Winter 2017 PBN Business Survey. Nearly 80 percent of respondents to three questions in PBN's biannual survey of the region's … more
A learning program that has been part of The Providence Plan is moving to Roger Williams University. more
A $10,000 award was given by Bristol County Savings Bank in support of Saint Vincent’s Home’s life-skills program, which serves young adults aged 14-21 living in southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the islands. more
For how long are new hires typically in training? A few days – 22.2% About a week – 11.1% 1-3 weeks – 55.6% A month or more – 0% It depends on the position – 11.1% … more
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