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Illinois has announced a new educational partnership to further its “Smart State” initiative. Illinois and the IoT Talent Consortium (IoTTC) will work together to develop a curriculum for individuals interested in working in the IT industry, beginning with data analytics.

The collaboration will provide an affordable, state-of-the-art option for individuals interested in working in the IT industry

A new partnership announced by the state with Microsoft and the IoT Talent Consortium is designed to bolster the skills of low-income residents.

Illinois IT officials talk a lot about their plans for cutting-edge technologies like the ever-expanding Internet of Things, and now they're taking action to make sure the talent pool is there for implementation.

The state of Illinois is teaming up with the private sector to offer people across the state – from every income level – free training in the information technology field.

Deputy Governor Leslie Munger said the Illinois Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) has partnered with Microsoft and the Internet of Things Talent Consortium to offer free IT courses.

The IoT Talent Consortium (IoTTC) and the State of Illinois today announced a partnership to deliver education curricula designed to further Illinois’ goal of transforming into a “smart state” by using advanced technologies to deliver services better and more efficiently. This new collaboration will provide an affordable, state-of-the-art option for individuals interested in working in the IT industry, beginning with the growing field of data analytics, and provide a mechanism for employers to ensure a pipeline of talent in Illinois. Click here for more information.

Working with the State of Illinois, the IoTTC will provide a prescriptive curriculum for data science skills based on the Microsoft Professional Program for data scientists, followed by cybersecurity specialists and others in the future, to help the state meet its needs.

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The State of Illinois is joining the IoT Talent Consortium initiative to accelerate development of IoT-ready workforce. Research giant IDC published a February 2016 white paper on the State of Illinois’ Smart State program and detailed the State's tight alignment with the Consortium’s mission and strategy.

The State of Illinois is joining the IoT Talent Consortium initiative to accelerate development of IoT-ready workforce. Research giant IDC published a February 2016 white paper on Introducing the Smart State: Illinois Leads the Way (see page 11) and detailed the State's tight alignment with the Consortium’s mission and strategy.

Watch this enlightening webinar which answers the question - What role will skills, talent and people play in realizing the goals set by those cities becoming smarter and more sustainable?

Watch this enlightening webinar, or read this short blog post which answers the question - What role will skills, talent and people play in realizing the goals set by those cities becoming smarter and more sustainable?

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