San Diego Nonprofit Launches 3-Month STEM Training Program For Black Male Teens

Microsoft’s Man Code program says that only 2.2% of tech professionals are men of color.

A San Diego non-profit says the pandemic has shed light on the disparities that many Black students are facing with technology needs.

Black Tech Link created a new STEM training program that targets teen boys, who are statistically underrepresented in technology fields.

Increasing the candidate pool for STEM jobs starts as early as middle school, so Black Tech Link created a 3-month training program to get African American teen boys in San Diego on that career path.


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