Two Pathways To Success

(l-r): TECH CORPS National Executive Director, Lisa M. Chambers, Kasey Wilson, instructor, and Ruwayda Jama, volunteer, at the 2019 TECHCORPShack.
In 2015, Kasey Wilson inspires students as a Student WEB CORPS instructor.
In 2018, Ruwayda Jama (center) explores technology through Computing Career Corps.

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