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Business First, Louisville's efforts to fill technology jobs recognized by White House

By Rachel Aretakis

Date Published: 3/9/2015

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and the city's Code Louisville program were recognized Monday by the White House for their approach to meeting the local demand for technology talent.

Louisville is one of 21 communities participating in a new White House initiativecalled TechHire to fill IT jobs across the country. Fischer participated in a national media call Monday morning that previewed the initiative, which includes a $100 million federal grant to support expansion of tech training programs, such as Code Louisville. Louisville and the 20 other communities that are part of the program are eligible to apply for the grant.

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