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twitter looks for a more diverse technical workforce - Twitter looks for a more diverse technical workforce

Twitter looks for a more diverse technical workforce

 

 

Twitter is now accepting applications for its Twitter engineering apprenticeship program, which aims to bring more diversity to its technical staff.

[19459001)] Engineer Mike Montano and Vice President in charge of People's Experience and Head of Inclusion and Diversity Dalana Brand said in a blog post that his company wanted to strengthen his technologies teamed with people from non-traditional backgrounds (such as coding training camps, self-taught coders, veterans and caregivers returning to the labor market) and under-represented groups (women, African-Americans, Latinx, Native Americans). 16 candidates, who will become full – time employees from the start, will follow a one – year rotation program with all the benefits before "finishing their studies" and joining one of the team 's teams. Twitter engineering in San Francisco, New York or Boulder, Colorado

Montano and Brand wrote, "We know that there are great talents outside traditional supply structures, and we need to do a better job. work to create and foster a diverse talent. It's a step we're doing to do our part. "