Joining Forces and Maintaining a Close Relationship for a Twenty-First Century Workforce
Salesforce and the University of San Francisco School of Management are taking their relationship to the next level. Salesforce is not just a short walk from our downtown campus, but a force to be reckoned with, especially after joining with our School of Management to change the world from here.
Marc Benioff, CEO Salesforce, was the keynote speaker at USF’s Downtown Campus opening in 2012. He expressed that USF and Salesforce share similar values such as generosity and philanthropy, which he holds his company accountable for. Having Salesforce employees as graduate students has been a natural fit and has created a closer alliance.
With this in mind, the University of San Francisco, in joint partnership with the Salesforce Academic Alliance Program, is proud to offer a training program that leverages hands-on training in practical IT programming skills.
Video Dean Davis describes the USF– Salesforce Academic Alliance
Why did USF SOM partner with Salesforce?
- Last year over 100,000 jobs requiring Salesforce skills were produced
- Today employers are feverishly looking for hires that will fill a skill gap centered on cloud technology and a Salesforce related skillset
- This partnership will allow School of Management students and alumni to become Salesforce literate
Catch a glimpse of how the oldest university in San Francisco is partnering with the number one Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform in the world. Together, we will create a student success platform that will help launch careers in the innovative world of cloud computing.