AdvancingWomen.com Career Center Combats Growing IT Talent Shortage
November 28, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsAdvancingWomen.com, a top diversity recruiting site targets high level IT workers, launches donor program supporting diversity, minority workers. A new survey by the Association of Executive Search Consultants indicates information technology leaders will be among the most sought-after executives this year, with hiring fueled by some of the big tech vendors, led by Google. AdvancingWomen/com has responded to this need by targeting and recruiting programmers with its strategic and informational content and employment recruiting expertise.
In support of its diversity employment mission, AdvancingWomen.com is launching a program to donate 5 cents of every dollar earned from the Career Center to several organizations which reflect its values: the National Women’s Law Center (Washington DC), which works for broad-based systemic changes in the law that will remove barriers for women and minorities; Count Me In (New York), the first organization of its kind to make micro-business loans available online; and Dress for Success, which provides professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
AdvancingWomen.com is a top women and diversity recruiting site, targeting professional women, Hispanics / Latinos, African Americans, the disabled, and other diverse, minority populations, as well as international IT workers.
AdvancingWomen.com was founded by President/CEO Gretchen Glasscock of San Antonio, Texas, a past member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Women Business Owners - San Antonio Chapter, a business woman and entrepreneur.