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Verra Mobility has partnered with Renaissance Technical Institute (RTI) in Harlem, NY, to launch a new workforce development program that will provide New Yorkers with the training needed to begin a career at the company.
The program is free to participants and designed to train adults for lucrative careers as processor specialists, command center technicians, team supervisors, and other positions in Verra Mobility’s newly opened operations center in New York City. Participants will receive training in the skills necessary to support fundamental hardware and software-related topics over the course of a few months.
Training for the first cohort is underway, and Verra Mobility will continue collaborating with Renaissance Technical Institute to recruit students and generate a pipeline for future team members. Additional curriculum will be added for individuals added to the company’s talent pipeline. The facility will host approximately 50 employees with a hiring goal of up to 35 people for its operations center in the first half of 2024.
“We are proud to partner with Renaissance Technical Institute to train New Yorkers to be a part of our worldwide traffic safety and mobility operations,” said Belinda Olivares, VP of Service Enablement at Verra Mobility. “We look forward to welcoming well-trained, highly motivated New Yorkers to our team through this workforce development program for many years to come.”
“Renaissance Technical Institute is thrilled to partner with Verra Mobility and share our passion for empowering and educating people to build better employment opportunities,” said David Hiraldo, founder and executive director of Renaissance Technical Institute. “We encourage others to follow Verra Mobility’s example to participate in the advancement of our community and help inspire hundreds of students to get certified in careers and placed in jobs.”
Verra Mobility has partnered with the Harlem-based RTI to sponsor its information technology initiative to prepare students for the workforce with the knowledge and tools they need to build successful careers with opportunities for employment upon graduation.
Through this partnership, Verra Mobility and RTI will support underserved communities by equipping adults with the training, skills, and experience needed for career longevity.
To staff its New York City-based operations center with the best talent alongside RTI graduates, Verra Mobility also partners with other local businesses to provide excellent opportunities for New Yorkers looking for employment.
To learn more about this training program and how to sign up, visit http://www.renaissancetechnicalinstitute.org.