Salesforce Talent Alliance Resources for Individuals
Research from IDC projects that the Salesforce economy will create 9.3 million jobs by 2026 – and Salesforce is working to ensure that they have the strongest talent pool possible. The Salesforce Talent Alliance provides numerous resources for prospective job seekers, including training programs all around the world.
Salesforce Pathfinder is a workforce development program in the United States and the United Kingdom designed to train individuals from diverse backgrounds with the skills needed to earn certification as a Salesforce administrator or developer.
Salesforce Military, in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, offers free online, self-paced Salesforce training classes and certification exams for active-duty military, veterans, and military spouses.
The Salesforce Talent Alliance also taps into a deep network of external training programs, such as SuperMums and PepUp Tech.
SuperMums helps parents to upskill and retrain in Salesforce and supports them in finding flexible, well-paid roles that enable a work-life balance. Their programs include online learning, mentoring, coaching, hands-on work experience, and job search support.
PepUp Tech brings training and mentorship programs to underserved communities, with the goal of increasing underrepresented groups in the tech industry. PepUp Tech’s individual programs include Young Tech Explorers, Salesforce Bootcamp, and Salesforce Virtual Academy.
Salesforce Partner Commitment
Membership in the Salesforce Talent Alliance delivers clear benefits to Salesforce Partners, connecting them to a diverse talent pool of highly qualified trailblazer talent.
As members, employers commit to hiring net new Salesforce professionals, and to incorporating inclusive hiring practices such as auditing job descriptions to remove bias, and standardized, competency-based interview processes. These best practices have a far-reaching impact: