Interested in learning more about Crypto Careers?
Join the Sheridan County Economic Development Corporation Monday, Dec. 19 at 6 pm at Bottle KAP Studios, 721 Main St, Hoxie, for a free informational gathering to learn about Bitcoin Mining and how it relates to the training program through Goodland Tech, a high-tech, high-touch company based in downtown Goodland, Kansas.
Desiree Rexach of Goodland Tech will be in attendance to speak about Goodland Tech and introduce guest speaker Troy Cross, Fellow at the Bitcoin Policy Institute. Attendees will enjoy free refreshments provided by Goodland Tech.
Troy Cross is a Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, USA. He has formerly taught philosophy at Yale University and Oxford University. Troy has long been interested in bitcoin and began mining himself in 2011. He is now a Fellow at the Bitcoin Policy Institute, a non-profit educational organization advising media, policymakers, and the public. Along with fellow philosopher Andrew Bailey (Yale-NUS) Troy has devised a new and simple method of holding bitcoin that is carbon-neutral. This led to relations with companies and groups across the bitcoin industry that align with the vision of bitcoin serving as a tool to accelerate the energy transition.
Goodland Tech is bringing innovative training & high-paying technology jobs to rural Kansas. Their vision is to help reverse population decline in rural America by providing a well-trained workforce to enterprise companies that work in emerging technologies such as Crypto, Blockchain, and Web3.
Because of the efforts of Goodland Tech, companies like MasterCard are finding a home in Goodland, KS. Fifty new jobs and $3 million in salaries have been added to the local economy. Goodland Tech has been recognized as the “Tech Startup of the Year” by Flagship Kansas and featured in regional and state media. They have received strong support from the Northwest Kansas Economic Innovation Center, Kansas US Senator Jerry Moran, and many others.
For their newest venture, Goodland Tech has partnered with Northwest Kansas Technical College to train and hire a workforce of software developers in western Kansas to fill jobs in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry. The unique program they have developed provides focused education and paid apprenticeships that lead directly to high-paying jobs in the region and provides for tuition reimbursement. Goodland Tech is your path to possible.
If you can't make it to Bottle KAP Studios in Hoxie, you can join the presentation on Zoom at us06web.zoom.us/j/89379876237.
For more information or questions, contact Karl Pratt, Executive Director, Sheridan County Economic Development Corporation at 785-675-1240 or email@example.com.