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AT&T donates $40k to tech training program ITWorks

15 high school graduates completed the 16-week tech training program that aims to prepare participants for high-tech jobs. The program closes with a five-week internship.

ITWorks graduates with IT Works Manager Grace Harpole (far left).

At last week’s ITWorks graduation ceremony, AT&T announced a $40,000 contribution to ITWorks, the free workforce development program run by nonprofit Tech Impact.

15 high school graduates completed the four-month tech training program that aims to prepare participants for high-tech jobs. The program closes with a five-week internship. Meet the graduates here.

Read more about the program’s first class, which graduated in 2010, here

Companies: AT&T / ITWorks

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