Galvanize, a Denver, CO-based learning community for technology that offers education skilling programs in key technical disciplines and entrepreneur-focused workspaces, raised $7m in funding.
Backers included existing investors ABS Capital Partners and University Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its consumer and enterprise focused-technology education and training programs.
Led by Lawrence Mandes, President and Co-Founder, Galvanize provides software development, data science and machine learning programs to directly address the increasing skills needs for developing tech talent in the global economy. Its proprietary, tech-enabled learn platform provides a blended-learning environment (in-person and online) that combines scalable program delivery with dynamic assessments for mastery tracking of technical competencies.
In the past year, the company has worked with Fortune 500 companies, including McKesson, Amazon, IBM and Allstate, on technology workforce development and training programs.