Pathfinder Graduate Nia Johnson
In the video above, Nia Johnson, a recent Pathfinder graduate, talks about her favorite parts of the training and where the program can take her.
Deloitte collaborated with Salesforce to develop Pathfinder, a unique, first of its kind workforce development program designed to address the growing skills gap in technology fields. By providing participants from diverse backgrounds with technical and business training, they are prepared to begin jobs in the Salesforce ecosystem. Their inspirational stories demonstrate that a positive outcome is possible with a commitment to learning coupled with equality of opportunity for those interested in pursuing a career or making a change. The program launched in Indiana in June 2018, with a goal of training 500 people through 2020. Since then, almost 200 Pathfinders have graduated from the program.
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