Adam Torres and Anthony Hughes discuss the future of work.
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Modern-day coding bootcamps at Tech Elevator are helping companies meet the enormous demand for tech talent. In this episode, Adam Torres and Anthony Hughes, CEO of Tech Elevator, explore the future of supplying tech talent.
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About Anthony Hughes
Anthony is passionate about helping individuals change their lives and fulfill their true career potential. He is CEO and co-founder of Tech Elevator, a demand-driven, in-person and online educational platform helping individuals and companies reskill to meet the massive and growing need for software developers. Tech Elevator was acquired by Stride in November 2020.
Anthony previously served as President of the Software Guild, an Ohio-based coding bootcamp. The Guild was acquired by Learning House (Wiley) in April 2015.
About Tech Elevator
Tech Elevator is an intensive in-person and online education provider helping individuals and companies acquire in-demand technology skills for the modern workforce.
Through our part-time and full-time coding bootcamps, we teach students from diverse backgrounds to become software developers while helping them build necessary career readiness skills and career connections through our Pathway Program™️ to land a meaningful job.
Founded in 2015, with a focus on quality and care in everything we do, we’re proud of our outcomes. As an early member of the Council on Integrity Results in Reporting (www.cirr.org), Tech Elevator has taken a proactive approach to transparency. Our results speak to our focus on quality and on student success which has earned us a leading national bootcamp position based on the job placement rate of our grads.
In 2020, Tech Elevator joined the Stride (LRN) family of companies as part of their broader strategy to create a career-based learning journey for students of all ages.