Engaging Your Students In The Salesforce Economy

Date

May 04 2022

Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
By 2026 there will be an estimated 9.3M jobs and $1.6T in new business-focused around Salesforce. Demand for Salesforce skills increases every day. Many college campuses use Salesforce as a core part of their infrastructure increasingly turning to student-workers to help supplement their implementations and help build real-world experience. Incorporating Salesforce and Tableau into the teaching curriculum now opens up more doors than ever before.

Join this webinar for an overview of what resources are available to support teaching with both Salesforce and Tableau in the classroom. You’ll hear:
  • How UMass Lowell has been incorporating Salesforce into their curriculum and how their students have rallied around Salesforce creating a Salesforce club, as well as how this has opened up leadership and job opportunities for them.
  • From UMass Amherst on how they are shifting their strategy towards student workers to help their growing Enterprise-Wide Salesforce implementation.
  • How Cloud for Good has seen the need for hiring and cultivating new Salesforce talent and is taking an active role in driving the Salesforce economy with their new Talent for Good program, the first-ever large-scale talent apprenticeship program for Salesforce


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