St. Louis Bounce Back
Bounce Back St. Louis is a unique community specifically for IT professionals who have lost their jobs due to circumstances caused by the economic downturn. The goal of Bounce Back is to assist these individuals in finding new positions in the St. Louis market by providing labor market information, access to recruiters, access to educational opportunities for career advancement, encouragement, and networking. Founded by Greater St. Louis Works in August 2008, monthly Bounce Back meetings now attract more than 90 opportunity seekers and recruiters. For more information For more information on the Bounce Back program and to review information on open jobs and job fairs, visit www.bouncebackstl.org.
The Information Technology Coalition of Innovate St. Louis was established in 2006 with the mission to further the economic development and vitality of the St. Louis region by:
- mobilizing and leveraging existing assets and talent
- promoting innovation, entrepreneurship and work force enhancement
- and attracting new investment in the information technology sector.
The membership of the St. Louis IT Coalition consists of educators, entrepreneurs, and business leaders throughout the metro region.
For more information about the St. Louis IT Coalition, visit www.itcoalitionstl.org.
CAIT is a not-for-profit organization within Washington University in St. Louis that serves as the center for IT leaders in the St. Louis region. Our purpose is to help organizations make continuous advancements in productivity and enhance the region’s competitiveness as a world-class IT community. We accomplish this by providing the forum for IT executive interaction and the highest quality training and professional development opportunities by leveraging the resources of Washington University, local IT leaders, and experts and vendors from throughout the country.
For more information about CAIT, visit www.cait.wustl.edu.
Thank You to our Corporate Members
Arch Coal, Inc.
St. Louis Community College