DPI will develop promising and diverse tech talent, focusing on high school through to the first job out of college, and current workers seeking new skills. We will focus on data analytics and computing, and their applications in sectors of strength, such as food and agriculture; health and wellness; finance and insurance; and transportation/logistics.

DPI’s education programs will focus within four areas:

  • K-12 new economy programs - Teacher professional development and programs designed for K-12 learners to build new economy skills and strengthen and diversify STEM talent pipeline
  • Student experiential immersion programs - Courses, internships, and entrepreneurship programs to deliver immersive and experiential experiences to students from DPI partner institutions
  • Professional skilling accelerator - Courses, short-term credential and accelerated degree programs in fields of high employer demand to individuals not currently enrolled in DPI institutions
  • Career pathways for underemployed, diverse talent - Accelerated credential programs in high-demand, new economy job fields, paired with on-ramp support structure for underrepresented talent ready to enter new career pathways