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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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Per Scholas President and CEO Plinio Ayala speaking at the Diverse by Design golf tournament awards.

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Per Scholas Commits to Training Thousands of Black Learners in Support of OneTen

For more than 25 years, Per Scholas has advanced economic equity through in-demand technology training, and this week, the nonprofit announced its plan to train tens of thousands of Black learners over the next ten years in support of OneTen – a coalition of leading corporate executives, talent developers, and community leaders who are committed to training, hiring, and advancing Black talent for family-sustaining career opportunities.

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Per Scholas Phoenix’s Diversity Initiatives Featured in AZ Tech Beat

Per Scholas Phoenix's Managing Director, Jaclyn Boyes, discusses the diversity initiatives Per Scholas is taking in Arizona and how the focus of this training program is the equity of opportunity to pursue a career in tech. "There’s a lot of overlooked talent here — Black, brown, female talent in particular — who are unemployed or underemployed, and they can have a successful career in tech,” Boyes said.

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