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Inclusively Growing
Indiana's Tech Workforce

Mission41K is a collaborative movement to address the largest problem tech employers are facing today—finding, hiring and retaining qualified tech talent.

It prioritizes skills-based hiring, provides more inclusive pathways into tech roles for significantly more people, and drives a flag into the ground around apprenticeship as a viable path to a successful and lucrative career in tech.

With your help, we can grow the Indiana tech workforce by 41,000 workers by the year 2030.

What you can do to support the mission.

If you are commited to growing the Indiana tech workforce and addressing the challenges we face, consider attending one of our collaborative learning workshops and accessing resources that include best practices for activating skills-based hiring to ensure you have the tech talent you need to thrive.

Participate in learning sessions on how to make key changes to your hiring process, such as re-writing job descriptions to focus on the skills necessary for someone to be successful in the role. 

Understand the components of a modern tech apprenticeship and uncover the employer and job candidate benefits possible through this hiring framework.

Track your progress and measure talent impact. Connect and share insights with other organizations that are working to make a difference in Indiana.

Read the latest Mission41K Update Report

See data on how Mission41K is impacting the Indiana tech workforce, and read success stories from early adopters who are building more inclusive talent pipelines.

Launching the Movement

TechPoint kicked off the ambitious Mission41K initiative with the support of Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb,ᅠLieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouchᅠand Tony Denhart, EVP of talent and workforce for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.ᅠ

The unique launch conference featured a keynote address by Maurice Jones, CEO of the organization OneTen, and a panel of talent attraction luminaries who discussed “Strategies for Inclusively Growing Indiana’s Tech Workforce.”


We commit as an organization to contribute to the collective mission of inclusively growing the Indiana tech workforce by 41,000 workers by 2030.  

We commit to working towards this goal via initiatives that may include but are not limited to: adopting skills-based talent management, implementing apprenticeships, and sharing progress updates with TechPoint to demonstrate impact. 

We are taking a first step by booking a 30-minute appointment with the Metaimpact team and creating a free profile to start tracking progress.