Susan Wojcicki is the CEO of YouTube and is also one of the richest women in the world. But in 1998, before joining Google, she had a secure job that maybe no one would leave. Her story testifies how important is courage and how much digital skills are needed.
And it is precisely the new skills for the future of work that are at the center of the study path of the Italian Tech Academy, the school for acquiring digital skills created on the initiative of Italian.tech and in collaboration with Talent Garden.
IT Academy powered by the Academy’s Talent Garden will offer a range of courses, able to bridge the digital skills “mismatch” that prevents companies from finding suitable candidates for the many positions available. The school is managed by Riccardo Luna, director of the Gedi Italian.tech hub.
by Pier Luigi Pisa
editing by Lorenzo Urbani