EPI is proud to announce the launch of the EPI Data Center Futurist Scholarship program, accompanied by a significant investment of one (1) million US-Dollar. This transformative initiative aims to provide aspiring professionals with the resources and support they need to acquire the specialized knowledge and skills necessary for success in the dynamic data center industry.
As the digital landscape continues to evolve at a record-breaking pace, data centers have become the backbone of today’s economy. However, the strong demand for skilled professionals capable of managing and optimizing these critical infrastructures, together with the outflow of talent due to retirement and other factors, has created a major skills gap in the industry. EPI recognizes this challenge and is committed to bridging the gap. By empowering motivated individuals with a strong foundation in data center management principles, EPI seeks to bridge the skills gap and nurture a new generation of competent and forward-thinking data center experts.
Bridging the skills gap
"We are thrilled to launch the ‘EPI Data Center Futurist Scholarship’ program and the $1 million investment shows we are serious about giving back to the community and do what we can to bridge the skills gap in the data center industry," said Edward van Leent, Chairman & CEO for the EPI Group of Companies."
In addition to initial investment, EPI is actively seeking sponsors to contribute additional funds to expand the scholarship program and reach an even greater number of aspiring data center professionals. By joining forces with like-minded organizations and individuals, EPI aims to create a sustainable and impactful program that will empower individuals from diverse backgrounds to thrive in the data center industry.
Empowering a new generation
“We believe that the ‘EPI Data Center Futurist Scholarship’ program will play an important role in shaping the future of the data center industry by empowering a new generation of skilled professionals. We look forward to seeing the positive impact of this program on our industry and on the lives of the scholars,” van Leent added.
Interested individuals can visit the EPI website to learn more about the program and submit their applications. A panel of experts will carefully review all submissions and select the most promising candidates based on their passion, potential, and commitment to the field of data center management.
Organizations and individuals interested in sponsoring the program can write to email@example.com for further information.