Fellowship program places graduates in less popular startup communities


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Less well-known tech hubs have worker shortages

While the traditional urban magnets for college graduates – San Francisco, New York, Boston, Seattle – still attract the largest number of degree-holding Millennials, the “hottest” cities are elsewhere. These are places such as Cleveland, Baltimore, and Nashville.

These urban areas may not be traditional magnets for young people. But cities like Baltimore are, in many ways, the best places to look to understand both how the country’s long-beleaguered cities are changing, and how the Millennials are reshaping America’s urban landscape.

Solution: Fellowship program connects talented workers to jobs in less prominent markets

Venture for America is a new prestigious fellowship program that matches promising new college graduates with good tech jobs in lesser-known metro areas.

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Dave Cannon is a Seattle-based entrepreneur and consultant to nonprofits and small businesses. He loves Thai food and takes terrible photographs. You can follow him on Linkedin.
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