The Rural Aperture Project is a multi-story series funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Thrive Rural initiative that uses data to shift the national conversation about racial and economic equity in rural places.
We travel to Emporia, Kansas, for the eighth installment of our “Portraits of a community” series, which shines a light on the people who make up the unique ecosystems within the Rural Innovation Network.
This event, held on June 2, 2022, includes a presentation of research findings about the tech employment landscape of rural America and a panel discussion with leaders engaged in tech talent development and staffing in Statesboro, Georgia.
Reports|Future Of WorkReport: Rural America’s tech employment landscape
What is the state of tech employment in rural communities? What are rural employers looking for in a tech workforce? These are two of the questions that fueled our year-long research endeavor funded by the Ascendium Education Group.
We travel to the Berkshires in Massachusetts, for the seventh installment of our “Portraits of a community” series, which shines a light on the people who make up the unique ecosystems within the Rural Innovation Network.
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