The Tuesday Conversation

Tech Impact, 12/6/2016

Cami Lewis and Meishach Moore sit in The Historic Westside School in West Las Vegas, where they discuss the role of the Las Vegas office of the Philadelphia-based non-profit, Tech Impact in providing workforce training for men and women who lack the skills to work in today’s office setting.

With significant support from Barclays Bank, Tech Impact’s CXWorks trains young adults to become proficient in the use of office technology that boosts their employability.

Read the rest of the conversation here.

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