Pacific Institute of Technology in collaboration with Women Economic Development Agency (WEDA) was part of the US department of labor’s grant award totaling $183 Million through the DOL ETA H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant Competition. This grant will fund the Putting Georgia to Work Program (PGWP), a 4-year statewide project to train and place 800 under-employed and long-term unemployed participants from metro-Atlanta and across the state in Georgia’s high growth Information Technology and High-Technology sector that currently relies on H-1B Visa employees.  PGWP will target the high demand jobs of Network Systems and Data Communication Analysts, Computer Software Engineers/ Applications, Computer Software Engineers/Systems, and Database Administrators.

To participate in this program, please call 678-610-5900 or register @ our website:

Pacific Institute of Technology ( is a leading provider of information technology training. Mr. Remmy Idaewor, President, established the organization with the goal of sharing the knowledge he gained as a Database Administrator with those who aspire to make a career in information technology in similar positions.

WEDA (Women’s Economic Development Agency, Inc.

Founded in 1996, WEDA is non-profit organization with the mission to help women (and men) achieve economic independence, create opportunity, and, build a business community through entrepreneurship. Our mission is supported by a program of innovative seminars, workshops, and our cornerstone AMI course series.