Fuel workforce development and economic growth

Government organizations work with us to fill critical talent gaps for in-demand roles in data, digital, and technology — thereby creating job opportunities and reducing national unemployment.

how we help government organizations

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Attract Top Talent

Establish your public sector employer brand and attract talent at scale for hard-to-fill roles.

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Train Constituents

Equip adult workers — whether entering the workforce or looking for new opportunities - for in-demand skills and roles.

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Fuel Job Creation

Foster national economic development by turning training into tangible job outcomes.

WHAT SETS CORRELATION ONE APART

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Innovative Talent Attraction Programs

We source and assess top talent via award-winning competitions and training to job placement programs.

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Expert-Led Training & On-Demand Coaching

Leveraging 1,000+ industry-leading experts, we have created a new industry standard for human-led training with a virtual, synchronous, cohort-based methodology.

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Robust Employer Network

We have built a stellar employer network of top international companies who are eager to leverage and grow a global talent pool.

explore our current programs

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Attracting Top Cyber Talent for the US Department of Defense

Correlation One is working with the Department of Defense (DoD) — the largest employer in the world — to address their critical need for cybersecurity professionals. Our programs are crafted to attract, nurture, and develop top-tier cyber talent — equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the DoD's challenging cybersecurity environment as well as fostering a deep commitment to the DoD's mission and values.

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Partnering with USAID to Prepare Jordanian Youth and Women for STEM Careers

Correlation One and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have launched a partnership as part of the organization's Tech for Jobs initiative in Jordan. This program is designed to prepare young job seekers in Jordan, and particularly women, with technical skills, career coaching, and job matching introductions to global and regional employers for roles that demand advanced data literacy and data analytics skills.

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DEVELOP A LOCAL AI TALENT ECOSYSTEM

Discover how Correlation One worked with the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (MinTIC) and the Government of Colombia to develop a local ecosystem of Al talent across the country and used data science skills to tackle local initiatives.   

We are not only contributing to the digital transformation of the country, we are also transforming and reactivating the lives of Colombians, and we have built a community of more than 1,500 data scientists.
Karen Abudinen
Minister, Ministry of Information and Communications Technologies, Government of Colombia
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TRUSTED BY LEADING FORTUNE 500 ENTERPRISE ORGANIZATIONS

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TRUSTED BY LEADING FORTUNE 500 ENTERPRISE ORGANIZATIONS

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ELIMINATE BIASES WHILE BUILDING A DIVERSE DATA SCIENCE TEAM

Learn how Correlation One partnered with the City of San Jose, California to help the Mayor's Office on Technology and Innovation (MOTI) achieve their data and equity objectives. 

Through the DS4A program, the City of San Jose was able to secure two Fellows. In this series of interviews, we talk to Christine Keung and Shane Wilson about how they worked together to address the city's data literacy and diversity goals, while Fellows Matthew Do and Casey Kongpanickul took on projects to ensure their 311 system is providing equitable access to all of the city services.

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