Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • September 26, 2019

    Charles Eaton, CEO of Creating IT Futures, earns International Latino Book Award for “How to Launch Your Teen’s Career in Technology: A Parent’s Guide to the T in STEM Education.”

    Latino Literacy Now’s International Latino Book Awards recently honored Charles Eaton, CEO of Creating IT Futures, for the Spanish-language version of his book, “How to Launch Your Teen’s Career in Technology: A Parent’s Guide to the T in STEM Education.” Eaton’s work earned second place in the annual competition’s Best Business Book category.
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  • November 13, 2018

    IT-Ready finds partner and advocate in TeamLogicIT

    Chuck Lennon, executive vice president at TeamLogicIT, says IT-Ready is producing workplace ready, entry-level tech workers that all companies in the industry should want to hire.
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  • February 28, 2018

    BizTech Magazine Named Us as a Must-Read

    top 25 blog graphic BizTech Magazine honored Creating IT Futures by including us among its Top 25 “Must Read” nonprofit blogs of 2018.
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  • July 17, 2017

    Don't wait for someone else to solve a problem; be the change you seek

    John Malonson 400px Last month, we caught up with Creating IT Futures Board Member John Malonson to discuss his charity work, involvement with the BDPA, and his thoughts on increasing diversity in the tech workforce.
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  • June 1, 2017

    Columnist’s Corner: Who Are the Technologists of Our (Near) Future?

    ColumnistCorner Our executives create inspiration by sharing expertise and insight with industry magazines as regular columnists. In April, this opinion piece by Charles Eaton appeared for the first time in Recruiter Today: The Career and Employment Magazine. Charles will appear in Recruiter Today on a monthly basis in 2017.
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  • March 13, 2017

    Pioneering Tech Apprenticeships to Solve the Skills Gap

    SXSW-Panel There’s more than one way to get into the tech workforce, and new apprenticeship programs in the U.S. discussed at SXSW are helping to close the skills gap.
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