A Problem Worth Solving
Here in Silicon Valley and other American tech meccas, there is a pipeline problem forpeople from the inner cities and rural areas of the US.
Our Sophisticated Solution
We are uniquely qualified to deal with the pipeline problem. To bridge the gap, we can provide focused experiential learning opportunities, mentors, exposure, and internships.
Barriers to Entry
Historically, career and technical education (CTE) was seen as a dumping ground for students who weren’t considered college material.
The USTEC is a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to increasing and diversifying the STEM pipeline by providing rapid workforce-based training and employment assistance to underserved communities.
Opportunities for Learning
CAD, CAM, CAE, Computer Security, Computer Programming, Computer Hardware Technician, HVAC Consulting Land Surveying ,Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) ,Sheet metal Manufacturing ,Solar / Wind Power Installation
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STEPHEN SAMUEL P.E.
FOUNDER & PRESIDENT
A large problems facing many veterans today is unemployment or underemployment. The underserved communities, the wheelchair bound and those using prosthetics are also facing the same problems.
There are two reasons the tech sector is in need of individuals with CAD expertise. The first is that CAD software is complicated so finding or training qualified candidates can be difficult. The second reason is the software’s cost has decreased dramatically while industries from aerospace to medical, and is the most basic skill required to design and manufacture mechanical products from zippers to jet engines. Increasing applications for CAD software are driving the need for CAD technicians, ensuring that this skill will in high demand for the foreseeable future.
INTERN 2 LEARN & EARN
A Problem Worth Solving here in Silicon Valley and other American tech meccas, there is a pipeline problem for people from the inner cities and rural areas of the US.
HIGH TECH VOCATIONAL
The United States Technical Education Center USTEC, a Silicon Valley based 501c3 Black Owned Tech company, joyously sees the disparity as a problem worth solving.
By building on existing military-based skill sets we can empower our veterans to enter the civilian technology sector as highly-qualified and competitive candidates.