Per Scholas Columbus is latest recipient of AT&T Aspire contribution

Joined by Columbus City Council Member Elizabeth Brown, AT&T announced this month that Per Scholas would receive $20,000 for its IT Pipeline Program, which provides recent high school graduates from the greater Columbus area with technology skills, training and professional development tailored to local businesses’ needs.

Students participating in the program learn about:

  • Soft Skills
  • Career Coaching
  • Computer Terminology
  • Digital Literacy
  • Digital Citizenship

Per Scholas’ mission is to open doors to technology careers for individuals from often overlooked communities. It ensures underserved high school students have equal access to technology skills, programs and resources that will enrich their education and prepare them to enter the workforce in an IT career after high school.

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