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People Are Our #1 Priority

Select Resources specializes in fostering productive long-term relationships between experienced IT professionals and the exceptional organizations that need their talent. Our ability to understand our clients and candidates results in quick turnaround times, low turnover, and successful IT staffing outcomes for businesses and careers alike. Above all, we continuously strive to make a positive impact on all those we interact with.  

That Includes You

Our core values of quality, commitment, and integrity have resulted in a proven track record of IT staffing wins in every corner of the industry. Whether it’s finding talent for a hard-to-fill position or determining the next great role in your IT career, we’ll get the job done.

Purpose: Make a Positive Impact


  • With our Clients & Candidates – Developing relationships and adding value throughout their careers
  • With our Community – Giving our time and resources to help others

Core Values


  • Quality: in our work, in our relationships, in our people
  • Commitment: to one another, to the community, to winning
  • Integrity: through keeping our word, doing what is right and honoring God

Mission Statement


Bringing experienced professionals together with exceptional organizations, while honoring God.

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