When I first read about PerScholas I was really excited. A "dual" certification for free? Who wouldn't go for it if they could? I completed my A+ Certification but they didn't have time to...
Per Scholas, founded in 1995, is a nonprofit social venture that uses computer technology to improve the lives of low-income people. The organization serves people in Bronx in New York, as well as Miami in Florida. It offers vocational training and computer distribution recycling programs for children and adults. Per Scholas also provides recycling solutions for computer equipment. The organization manages the Comp2Kids program, which serves middle school students. Its Comp2Seniors program installs computers in the homes of senior citizens. In addition, the organization manages a store that sells computers. It additionally offers a computer technician training program. Per Scholas helps adults to obtain jobs in the technology field.
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