Washington, District of Columbia 2020-12-14 05:41:03 –
Prince George’s County has launched a scholarship program to build a pipeline of technical talent.
Prince George’s County, Maryland has launched a scholarship program to build a pipeline of technical talent.
According to the scholarship website, Employ Prince George’s is a high-tech company 2U, Inc. based in Lanham, Maryland. In partnership with, we have established a program aimed at “providing quality training programs within the reach of locals from an undervalued background.”
Applications for scholarships will be accepted until December 31st. Recipients will receive a 65% reduction in tuition fees.
The partnership will give students the opportunity to attend boot camps and learn the coding and cybersecurity skills that employers are looking for in applicants, said David Sutphen, chief strategy officer and engagement officer at the company. Told.
“Some of the fastest growing jobs require some technical skills in the face of COVID,” says Sutphen.
The public-private partnership was initiated with a vocational school at George Washington University as a partner.
Gilbane Construction, Element 84, and NGEN are listed as corporate partners.
For more information on scholarships, please visit the Access 2 Education Scholarship Fund website.
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