We are registered under file number 29710, to certify credentials through work-related experience for the following CompTIA for Tech program, and the State of California Division of Apprenticeship Standard

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We are registered under file number 29710, to certify credentials through work-related experience for the following CompTIA for Tech program, and the State of California Division of Apprenticeship Standards.

15-1152.00 – Computer Network Support Specialists

Through our program we are focused on a type of reform a criminal justice system that creates strong community family support, putting the most emphasis on building strong families.

We seek to engage the community and elected officials to assist in providing a coordinated system of programs and services, both pre and post-release, that will support this population in becoming productive members of their communities.

We also seek to educate the community about issues that contribute to “Mass Incarceration”, and the imprisonment of the “new face of incarceration” men between the ages of 18 – 35 years old.
Additionally, we seek to insure that those responsible for developing, funding, implementing, and managing programs have a “Community Consciousness” whereby they understand that those who are incarcerated today will be returning to their communities and have an impact on their lives and others.

That impact could be either positive or negative, and what happens in an effective re-entry program system is the key to shifting the probability to the former.

We have the power to end chronic recidivism.
Doing so requires strategic investment, a long-term commitment, sharing of knowledge, and
capacity building an effective organization. These are the hallmarks of our approach, which
involves a path to connect Vocational and Financial Education, which leads to Job Placement,
and rewards both the families and communities while encouraging the sustainability of Human
Capital in the job force.

The Big Question.
So we ask ourselves, what if there were an innovative non-profit that would provide self-sustaining revenues and, more importantly, growth-sustaining free cash flow and profits? And, what if the non-profit’s status as a non-profit itself provides the “killer app” to exploit a major business paradigm shift? Underserved Broadband Deployment promises to offer such an opportunity.

Our results indicate a positive and strong effect of using ICT infrastructure on economic growth in the target group. Still, the magnitude of the effect differs depending on the type of technology training.

Regarding the impact of macroeconomic factors, our estimates indicate that inflation rate, unemployment rate, the degree of trade openness, government expenditures, and foreign direct investments would significantly affect outcomes associated with Cisco Systems, or companies like Cisco that design, manufacture, and/or sells Internet Protocol-based networking and other products related to the communications and information technology industry worldwide.

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The Big Question.
So we ask ourselves, what if there were an innovative company that would provide self-sustaining revenues and, more importantly, growth-sustaining free cash flow and profits? And, what if the company’s status provides the “killer app” to exploit a major business paradigm shift? CityLab Professional and its Underserved Broadband Deployment Initiative promise to offer such an opportunity.

Our results indicate a positive and robust effect of using ICT infrastructure on economic growth in the target group. Still, the magnitude of the effect differs depending on the type of technology training. Regarding the impact of macroeconomic factors, our estimates indicate that inflation rate, unemployment rate, the degree of trade openness, government expenditures, and direct investments would significantly affect outcomes associated with Cisco Systems, or companies like Cisco that design, manufacture, and/or sells Internet Protocol-based networking and other products related to the communications and information technology industry worldwide.

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Startup accelerators, also known as seed accelerators, are fixed-term, cohort-based programs, that include mentorship and educational components and culminate in a public pitch event or demo day.

Startup accelerators, also known as seed accelerators, are fixed-term, cohort-based programs, that include mentorship and educational components and culminate in a public pitch event or demo day.[1] While traditional business incubators are often government-funded, generally take no equity, and rarely provide funding, accelerators can be either privately or publicly funded and cover a wide range of industries. Unlike business incubators, the application process for seed accelerators is open to anyone but highly competitive.[2] There are specific types of seed accelerators, such as corporate accelerators, which are often subsidiaries or programs of larger corporations that act like seed accelerators.[3]

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