What is ectalent?
ectalent creates a win/win by searching for extraordinary “early-career” talent candidates from outside the United States who want to come to the U.S. for an extended client work placement to learn hands-on and make a major technical/business contribution.
Since 2014, ectalent has been connecting international ECTs with exciting Silicon Valley clients. Building on a model we pioneered over two decades ago, we’ve learned that you can’t treat this as a numbers game — it’s a relationship-building process. On the one hand, we know Silicon Valley and industry trends. On the other, we have built relationships with leading international universities and know how to find emerging talent outside the U.S.
Take the Plunge!
If you’re one of the world’s top students, recent grads or ECTs in CS, EE or related STEM disciplines and you can write software, take the plunge! Apply for our ectalent’s ECT program in Silicon Valley.
See What the World Has to Offer
If you’re a forward-thinking leader in a technology company and you’re interested to see what the world has to offer, contact us to see how ectalent’s talent proposition can have a high impact on your company.
Client & ECTs testimonials
"Finding talent in the U.S. domestic talent pool is an extremely challenging proposition. Over the years, ectalent has really come through for us. They find great people who make a big contribution to our team."
"The ectalent program gave me the chance to live the Silicon Valley dream in the best way possible. I had the chance to work alongside some of the most brilliant minds in the world in cloud and AI technologies."
“I’ve found ectalent’s ECT program to be an excellent addition to our traditional sourcing options for finding the best talent in the world!”
"I definitely got my fair share of culture from baseball games to surfing after work. The work experience that I took back home with me has set me up for a stellar career in Computer Science."
“During my work placement with IBM, I was able to apply and build on my skills in analytics to the Watson Knowledge Graph, helping to improve their relationship ranking algorithms!”