This past month has been busy for InMotion employees as they attended and presented at WordCamp Orange County and Philly. Jerrett F from our Marketing Team presented, “A WordPress Site Even Your Mother Can Use.” to OC campers. The presentation covered setting up an easy to administer WordPress site for the non tech savvy. The slides can be found here. Jeff M of our Customer Community team discussed how to choose a WordPress host in Philly.
You can read more about their adventures here.
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On Saturday, May 31st Hampton Roads technologists, entrepreneurs, social activists, designers and citizens came together for the National Day of Civic Hacking. This years theme was Climate Change and Technology.
Participants were challenged to help improve our city by using their technical knowledge to create a flood application. IMH is proud to be affiliated with this program and helping the local community.
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On May 7th, the IMH VA Beach office hosted a Career Advisor Networking event. Career Advisors from area colleges came together to network and learn more about IMH. The Career Advisors were provided with an office tour, overview of IMH positions, and a meet and great with Company Vice President Sunil Saxena.
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Earlier this month members of the InMotion team attended WordCamp Miami. WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress. Jeff Matson, a member of our Customer Community Team and in-house WordPress guru was kind enough to share his experience with us.
WordCamp Miami 2014 Recap
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Beginning in 2000-2001 an advisory body made up of school and community representatives, began annually recognizing Model Partnerships. Through a nomination and panel review process, each school year’s Model Partnerships are selected as examples of best practices of meaningful community involvement in the school district.
The partnership of the Advanced Technology Center and InMotion Housing has allowed InMotion Hosting to be more involved in the community and provide students with a realistic view of workforce expectations. Since the partnership began three years ago, more than 30 ATC students have toured the Virginia Beach office of the company, interviewed staff and learned more about their work. In addition, InMotion has provided guest speakers and mentors for ATC classes and an internship program for students. As a result, four students have been hired by the company.
You can learn more about partners in education in the Virginia Beach School System by clicking here.
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