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TechEngage was a startup community-based non-profit training organization that was founded in 2003 to provide unemployed and under-employed technical professionals with an affordable opportunity to obtain high-quality training to be competitive in a tough job market and to help technology workers who had recently lost their jobs due to the “Dot-Com Bust“. Many of these workers had old technology skills in equipment and systems that had been (or were being) phased out due to Y2K issues. The purpose of TechEngage was to take these workers and provide them with market-relevant skills in database design, web application development, Java and .NET programming and other skills. We hosted 3 conferences and provided technical training and career guidance to over 600 unemployed workers in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area.