Digital Works is an exceptional opportunity for communities and companies seeking cost effective information technology and call center training and job placement. As local capacity builds, communities are able to leverage the workforce to recruit tech companies, not just traditional manufacturing facilities. Thousands of jobs are available to the underemployed and displaced rural workers leading to a shift of younger workers having an opportunity to earn a good living as part of a skilled workforce in their hometown. If you want to bring a Digital Works training center to your community, contact us.
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“This system innovation pioneered by Digital Works represents a major breakthrough in a decade-long quest to develop a new job creation program theater focused on the rapidly growing sector of solo work. We believe that the program, when combined with a locally supported advancement and retention platform for solo workers, will enable many rural and disadvantaged communities to get back in the business of creating economic base jobs.”
– Mark Lautman, CEcD, Founding Director of the Community Economics Lab, a private not-for-profit think tank that innovates new approaches to economic development.
“Digital Works excels at preparing the most vulnerable of our society for the twenty-first century economy—one that requires skills and experience with remote digital working and a sense of entrepreneurship, instead of the usual programs focused on the last century’s industrial economy.”
– Dr. Norman Jacknis, Senior Fellow at Intelligent Community Forum with special responsibility for the Rural Imperative program.
“Digital Works not only provides necessary digital skills and customer service skills, but it also provides a self-esteem shot for those that are motivated and want to work from home.”
– Dr. Roberto Gallardo, leader of Mississippi State University Extension Intelligent Community Institute efforts that help rural communities transition to, plan for, and prosper in the digital age.