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Apply now: January 2018 Sales Bootcamp

TechPoint is launching our fourth session of Sales Bootcamp, a six-week program for new grads and career changers, in January 2018. Sales Bootcamp applications are now live on the TechPoint website and the deadline to apply to the winter session is January 4, 2018. Applications for the summer session will stay open through April 13, 2018.

Lightbulb Moments: Working Together with Education to Fill Indy’s Tech Pipeline

The Pike High School freshman cafeteria last Thursday, November 9, 2017, was noisy. The air was filled with buzz of poignant discussions, probing questions and the start of friendships forming. Any other day those would not be newsworthy activities. What makes this particular Thursday so unique was who was filling the cafeteria chairs. Sixteen of

Gayle Ocampo’s computer programming mother inspired her career in tech

Born in the Philippines, but raised in Noblesville, Indiana, Gayle’s interest in technology was sparked by her mother’s career as a programer. Her interest grew to passion after taking several programming classes in high school. “I loved the problem solving aspect of programming. There was always something new for me to learn.” Pursuing her newly

Trade mission to India nets 500 jobs, sister state and plenty of good will

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb returned last week from his third international trade mission in his first nine months as governor. This time he took Indiana’s economic development message to India. Of course, technology jobs are a key focus of the state’s relationship with India, which is undoubtedly why the governor invited TechPoint President and CEO

Top 5 resume mistakes technology alone can’t fix

While advancements in technology have had a massive impact on staffing tools and processes, the one piece that has remained relatively unchanged is the resume. While there have been efforts to move to a more functional format for resumes, hiring managers and recruiters determined that a chronological structure was easier to read as well as