In response to COVID-19 school closures, we offered a Free online Computer Science Program for disadvantaged black boys. This program was successful as we had over 200 boys enrolled in the program.
To expand on the success of the program we are extending the FREE Program through December 2020.
The retail cost of this program is $399 per student. A small tax-deductible donation to support a boy in the program Click the DONTATE button
It's people like YOU that support programs like this that are the real heroes.
This course is sponsored by Mission Fulfilled 2030 a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. As black men only represent less than 5% of the high tech and STEM workforce our mission is to INSPIRE | EDUCATE | ACTIVATE young black males in technology.
By exposing black boys early to these opportunities we can equip them with the skills to attain high paying jobs and make progress toward decreasing the racial income inequality and wealth gap.
For us to continue to have the ability to provide high-level educational opportunities for black boys - If at all possible, please make a small donation in any amount by clicking the donate button below:
We have a GOAL of getting 10,000 boys enrolled in CS this year. Please share this with your networks!
How computers work, what's inside and learn what jobs are available and how to gain those skills
Basic web/mobile, app game programming with some of the latest free tools
What the internet is, and how it works. What jobs are available and how to gain those skills
Entry level website development with Content Management Systems (CMS)
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In my 20 plus years as an engineer. I've noticed that there has not been an increase in the amount of young black men entering high tech, computer, and engineering disciplines. In fact, black males make up less than 5% of the high tech workforce. There are several reasons for this, but I believe the biggest is the lack of exposure to other black men in these fields. I believe given early hands-on exposure to high tech, computer and engineering disciplines we can convert our black boys from being strictly consumers of technology to developers and producers of technology.