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Project 18 releases preliminary survey results on women in the Omaha tech work force

(Photo: Project 18 organizers announce preliminary results at DoSpace.)   OMAHA — Preliminary results of the Project 18 workforce survey show that many women in Omaha tech and tech-adjacent jobs say that gender has been a factor in negative workplace experiences like missing out on raises and promotions, and in some cases, being taken less […]

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Tips from Top CEOs for Success in the Tech Industry

11.5 million people in the United States work in the technology industry, so it’s no surprise that many of them might feel lost in the crowd. But for those with drive and ambition, tech can offer a speedier path to the corner office than other industries. After all, where else do you so often hear […]

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HDC keynote speaker Audrey Crane to discuss digital transformations

Audrey Crane will be one of the keynote speakers at AIM’s Heartland Developers Conference on Friday, September 7 at 9 a.m. Crane’s talk is titled “Engineers and Designers, in Harmony” and will focus on the complex relationship between the two disciplines. “In the old days, the relationship wasn’t great, and it didn’t get better with […]

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Congressman Don Bacon visits AIM Brain Exchange to kick off Congressional App Challenge

U.S. Representative Don Bacon, R-Neb., visited the AIM Brain Exchange Friday to kick off the Congressional App Challenge. He was joined by a round-table panel of business, education and community leaders to talk about efforts to support tech education and expand diversity in tech-related fields. The Congressional App Challenge is an annual competition aimed at […]

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Creighton University offers job search tips for students graduating in the digital age

Jeremy Fisher, director of the John P. Fahey Career Center   Approximately 800 Creighton University students graduated earlier this month. The university’s John P. Fahey Career Center schedules approximately 2,000 appointments each year to assist students and alumni in exploring and preparing for job opportunities. In addition to one-on-one appointments with students, the John P. […]

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SPN’s May Tech Recap

Catch up on regional tech news with these recent top stories from Silicon Prairie News. Click the headlines to read more. Future Builders Challenge inspires the next generation of Lincoln’s entrepreneurs Earlier this year, SPN highlighted a community partnership underway in Lincoln to encourage and support young entrepreneurs. The Future Builders Challenge helps students identify […]

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Omaha organizations working to build community through opportunities for youth in tech

(Photo: Seventy-Five North students at the AIM Brain Exchange, July 26,2017.) OMAHA — Organizations around the country and here in the Midwest struggle with complicated questions around how to reach and serve disconnected youth with pathways into the workforce. But there are numerous efforts underway right here in Omaha to connect youth with educational and […]

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