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TCP: What It Is and How It Changed My Life

TechBridge's Technology Career Program (TCP) is one of our most successful and prolific programs. Vicarro Mills is one of our hundreds of graduates who have gotten their technology certifications through this program and have gone on to careers at some of the nation's largest companies. Vicarro was hired on at TechBridge with TCP in November of 2020 as a Training Assistant and is now a Certified Training Specialist. Listen to Episode 6 as Vicarro discusses the value of TCP, his pathway to and through the program, and his favorite aspects of the program.
What if there was an organization dedicated to ending poverty? Now, imagine if that organization wasn't focused on just the people affected by poverty, but focused on expanding the reach of all organizations dealing with poverty.
Imagine an organization focused on assisting all nonprofits dealing with poverty, helping them to grow and scale faster than they ever thought possible through technology. If all those nonprofits grow at once, imagine the increase in impact!
This is what we do. We focus on helping nonprofits dealing with poverty in the areas of hunger relief, homeless support, social justice, and workforce development. Through the use of technology, we help them scale and grow faster than ever before, increasing their impact, and bringing us closer to our mission of ending generational poverty.
Imagine what it would be like to be a part of a community dedicated to this cause.
Now, you can be.

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