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Non-profit helping laid off workers in Virginia

Originally aired by Fox 5 DC – September 29, 2020 Intensive and quick training, help with job placement, oh, and a cash gift for completing your course –– the brand new non-profit Virginia Ready is partnering with community colleges statewide to provide people out of work because of the pandemic with opportunity and hope.  Mewael […]

Opinion: As offices reopen, coworking spaces should be part of the conversation, too

Originally published in The Colorado Sun – September 12, 2020 As the world continues to contemplate how to get people safely back to work, there’s understandable hesitation about whether coworking spaces should be a part of the immediate conversation – after all, in these spaces, every day you could see a different handful of coworkers.  […]

Letter to the editor: Veterans need more support like this

Originally published by Austin Business Journal – August 24, 2020 The way we think. The way we talk. The way we interact. The way we cope. There are fundamental differences in the way U.S. military members and American civilians go about their day-to-day lives. When those worlds are kept separate, this seems to be OK. […]

California College Fair brings together students and universities

Originally aired on KGO-TV – August 12, 2020 Traditional college fairs are getting a virtual twist to help students during the pandemic. The California College Fair is a virtual fair happening Wednesday, August 12. Hundreds of students and several dozen colleges are already signed up to take part in the event. It’s organized by Ping […]

Ping Helping California Teens Find College Opportunities

Originally aired on KFI-AM – August 11, 2020 Tallo launched a new mobile app, Ping. The app creates the experience of a virtual college or career fair that connects and matches students, colleges and businesses. California teens have the opportunity to get involved in Ping’s virtual College Fair on Wednesday August, 12, 2020 from 10 […]

Charleston-based service matches students, others to future opportunities

Originally published in Charleston City Paper – August 8, 2020 A Charleston-based company has been helping students and recent graduates stick their landings in the academic and professional worlds. With the quick changes that have come with the pandemic, Tallo is working to help the workforce keep up. “We’ve seen so much negativity due to […]

Galvanize increases accessibility for students looking to upskill during Covid-19

Originally published in Denver Business Journal – July 30, 2020 Galvanize, a Denver-based technology education program, expects 2020 to be a growth year, in part because of the opportunity to help upskill students who have seen their jobs impacted because of Covid-19. To increase accessibility to its data science and software engineering programs, Galvanize is […]

Tallo helps students find the internships they want

Originally aired on NBC Detroit – July 28, 2020 For students, finding an internship can be a scary and sometimes a difficult process. Now, there’s a new online platform aimed at linking students with internships that they really want and help getting their potential careers on the ground running. A high school student with exceptional […]

Tallo partner SC Codes offers programming course to all South Carolinians

Originally aired on WTAT – July 20, 2020 SC Codes Executive Director Lelia King discussed with Fox 24 Charleston how coding is so instrumental to every company. She exclaimed that “every company is a coding company” and that SC Codes offers free coding courses to prepare South Carolinians for their careers in any industry. SC […]

Job Shadow Week for MN Students

Originally aired on KDLM-AM – July 9, 2020 Tallo Education Coordinator Emily Todd discussed Tallo and Minnesota Job Shadow Week in an interview with KDLM-AM Radio. During Job Shadow Week next week, Minnesota students will participate in live chats with professionals. “This is a chance to really be exposed to work-based learning experiences and to […]