Mission & Vision
Our vision is to help break the cycle of poverty and hopelessness in underrepresented communities.
The National Center for Children in Poverty states that 29.7 million children - 41% of all children in the US - live in poverty. Poor children are overwhelmingly non-white: 69% of children in poverty are non-white. Specifically, 24% of poor children are African American, and 36% are Latino. Numerous systemic issues contribute to multi-generational poverty in the US, including a lack of educational opportunities that develop the knowledge, skill, and opportunity to attain careers in high-wage industries.
Our mission is to spark opportunity by increasing access to transformative technology careers.
Through training and access to technology, high-value technical certifications, and continual innovation we will address the growing demand for highly skilled workers in the technology workforce.