She continued, “Our students were hired as interns at a number of exceptional organizations: Under Armour, TD Ameritrade, DNS Technology Group, Greater Baltimore Urban League, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Data Flow Computers, Black Men Achieving Greatness, The Sand Gallery, Loyal Services Unlimited, and the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation.” In closing, Mr.Smith let the graduates know that he and NPower were here to help them activate their minds to create solutions in their community.
Fund II Foundation is focused on improving lives and opportunities for African-American and other vulnerable populations. On October 11th, NPower opened a regional office in St. On September 15th, NPower launched our branch in Alameda, CA..
Louis to help give tech training to young adults from under-served communities. The night of the launch, NPower was joined on the USS Hornet by representatives from Robert Half and Servicenow, who have worked with NPower to help veterans and young adults from under-served communities access to tech training.
“They took a chance on NPower and put their lives on hold to pursue something better for themselves and that alone should be commended.
We owe it to these individuals to back them with the necessary support to succeed both in their careers but also as members of the community of Baltimore.
“An internship is a way to evaluate the caliber of tech professionals that NPower produces; a two-month interview in a sense; and I have the utmost faith in their ability to perform.” Schwarz was recruited for the board of directors because of her commitment to the regional program in North Texas as well as her strong foothold in the industry.