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Have you dreamed of a career in technology? If so, take the first step towards your future self with this 12-week intensive lab (Monday-Friday) that will introduce you to the basics of coding.
The Tech Futures Initiative is a free coding certification course for young adults and working professionals who want to enter high wage careers in the tech industry.
You’ll learn how to –
Speak “computer technology” lingo
Install, configure and troubleshoot display devices
Manage system components
Identify hardware and software requirements
Support mobile digital devices and printers
By the end of the lab, you will be prepared to take the CompTIA A+ certification test, an internationally recognized, vendor-neutral certification considered a prerequisite for entry-level IT employment. And, unlike any other course in South Florida, this free intensive lab combines tech skills, with life and career readiness skills.
Let us help you level up.
Catalyst Miami is recruiting for their next cohort of CLEAR Miami, Community Leadership on the Environment, Advocacy, and Resilience. This is a free 10-week leadership training course around community organizing, social justice, and climate resilience specific to Miami-Dade County.
The course will be held starting on Wednesday, September 18th from 5:30-9pm at Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus.
The class is free of charge; dinner, a youth class, and translation are all provided. Apply now at: www.catalystmiami.org/clear.
We strongly encourage Hialeah residents to apply! Graduates will be eligible for two fellowships which will provide funding and technical assistance to implement a community project.
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In the last year, we enrolled 268 participants in our two-generation leadership development programs. Participants learned about effective leadership, policy advocacy, project design, and how to affect social change in their communities. They represented several neighborhoods in Miami-Dade County.
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