Middle schoolers get IT insight from Goodwill tech program

TEENS FROM Providence middle schools learned about IT careers, practiced computer skills and served the community as part of a recent 120-hour summer program offered by Goodwill./COURTESY GOODWILL
TEENS FROM Providence middle schools learned about IT careers, practiced computer skills and served the community as part of a recent 120-hour summer program offered by Goodwill./COURTESY GOODWILL INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL INC.
PROVIDENCE — Goodwill Industries International Inc., as part of the One Providence for Youth Summer Program, just graduated 20 middle schoolers from a six-week IT program, it said in a press release. The group of 14- and 15-year-olds completed 120 hours of programming in which they built desktop computers and decided where they would be…

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