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Per Scholas Awarded Inaugural Grant from Clayton Dubilier & Rice Foundation

Per Scholas is thrilled to announce that we are part of the inaugural cohort of organizations to receive a grant from the Clayton Dubilier & Rice Foundation! We have been identified as one of Clayton Dubilier & Rice's Talent Solution Partners (“TSP”), aligning with the Foundation’s goal of supporting “Equity through Opportunity” by offering traditionally underrepresented talent in CD&R’s local communities access to job training, high-quality jobs, and ongoing professional development opportunities throughout their career journey.

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Per Scholas St. Louis Featured by Flyover Future

Per Scholas St. Louis is offering cost-free tech training to the St. Louis community in response to the many open tech jobs in the city.  This campus launched at the beginning of April with the first Cybersecurity cohort to begin in June.  Flyover Future featured an interview with Per Scholas St. Louis Managing Director Dr. Charlie Mackey, Jr., and Vice President of Communications Sara Luciano to learn more about Per Scholas.

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Per Scholas Featured in The Columbus Dispatch for Tech Women of Color Workforce Initiative

Per Scholas Columbus was featured in The Columbus Dispatch for our grant promoting the Tech Women of Color Initiative. The Franklin County Board of Commissioners committed to developing the county workforce to meet the growing demand for technology jobs by voting unanimously to approve a more than $4.5 million COVID-19 recovery grant to support this initiative.

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