CBS-13 Baltimore interviews Executive Director of NPower Maryland, Kendra Parlock about the virtual classes starting September 8th.
San Francisco Chronicle profiles NPower alumna, Katerina Ignatyeva, who is weathering the tech job market amidst the pandemic (link to pdf)
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Kendra Parlock as the executive director of NPower Maryland. Serving some of the poorest neighborhoods in East and West Baltimore, the organization provides tuition-free information
Baltimore Times reports: African Americans in Baltimore have suffered as much as anyone because of the coronavirus pandemic. To add to all the other stressors,
COVID-19 Update: State Picks Deloitte to Assist Unemployment Agency, Shinola Hotel’s Restaurants Reopening, Tech Training Program for Young Detroiters, and More
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FOX 2 – Circumstances forced Camron Williams to quit college and work a job to make ends meet. Then she discovered NPower, a Detroit IT training program