Homeless Learn Coding, Job Skills In Programs That Help Provide Fresh Start
|09/30/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
A job readiness boot camp in San Francisco is giving homeless people there the skills they need to help get their lives back on track.
Called Code Tenderloin, the nonprofit organization offers free training in resumé writing, job interview skills, workplace conduct and even tech skills like coding to give people in need their best shot at employment opportunities.
In the past eight months alone, Code Tenderloin has helped more than 60 people find work, Del Seymour, the formerly homeless man who founded the nonprofit, told The Huffington Post in an email.
“This program has dramatically changed their lives,” Seymour read more >>>