20Fathoms is the home of technology and entrepreneurship in northern Michigan. By providing industry expertise, business resources, educational programming, and a coworking space, 20Fathoms removes common barriers for startup businesses. We provide our members with tools and resources to help them succeed and thrive.
We are also the home of several industry-focused initiatives that support the growth of Traverse City as a technology and innovation hub.
We are cultivating a hub of software development talent in Traverse City, Michigan. Established in 2019, tccodes facilitates a vibrant learning community for software developers, their employers, and those interested in entering the profession.
Our program includes:
- Community workshops introducing software development as a career
- Support navigating career pathways for new software developers including internships, apprenticeships, and new employment opportunities
- Advanced professional development training for intermediate and advanced software developers
Workshops and trainings are led by software development professionals and instructors and provide hands-on coding experiences in a highly interactive small-group environment.
tccyber is a Traverse City based learning community for cybersecurity professionals at all levels including those who are brand new to the profession and exploring their options, current tech professionals interested in expanding their skillset, or experienced in cybersecurity and looking to level up.
tccyber provides introductory workshops, advanced professional development training, career guidance, and mentorship. The objective of tccyber is to help accelerate the career opportunities for cybersecurity professionals by providing the resources that help them:
- Begin their cybersecurity career
- Gain perspective on career verticals and focus areas
- Achieve certifications in cybersecurity
- Add skills that will position them for career growth and new roles
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tccodes and tccyber are supported by the MICA 2.0 grant provided by Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity.
The Future is Digital Challenge
Through our partnership with the Center on Rural Innovation, 20Fathoms is offering two tracks on the Udacity online learning platform: digital marketing and business analytics.
Adults and high school students who reside in Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, or Leelanau counties are eligible. Registration opens Sept. 22.
We are working to advance world-class healthcare to rural areas through the use of telehealth technology.
HealthSpark helps early and growth stage healthcare technology companies navigate the complex healthcare industry and successfully introduce their products to market. We coordinate critical resources, expertise, programs, and a broad community of highly connected individuals in healthcare, technology, venture capital, and startup industries. In turn, these groundbreaking telehealth technologies improve the the healthcare experience, access to care, and outcomes for patients.
We also serve as a trusted partner to healthcare providers, helping to ease many of the challenges related to the implementation of new telehealth technology including evaluation, regulation, supply chain, and reimbursement.
With decades of experience navigating the complexities of healthcare, innovative technologies, and all stages of investment capital, our team is uniquely positioned to minimize risk and smooth the path to success in healthcare innovation for our partners. HealthSpark is led by Jack Miner, a veteran of healthcare and venture-stage technology companies who previously led the venture teams at Cleveland Clinic and the University of Michigan.
The current challenges in rural healthcare are enormous and too often prevent people from accessing the care they vitally need. But we’re sparking a revolution in rural healthcare. Our community-focused initiative is helping entrepreneurs turn ideas into realities, solving some of the toughest problems that rural areas face, and saving lives.
HealthSpark is supported by the i6 grant provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce.