To inspire and advance the careers of coders (computer and mathematical programmers) in less developed regions of the world.
To deliver applied computer programming knowledge, work experience, and professional networking in Ghana and other emerging regions.
In lesser developed parts of the world, access to current and leading-edge technology training is limited, if it exists at all, and local cultures often do not support the evolution of career networks in this field that can advance and expand a region’s technology footprint. Often what is lacking is a motivated individual or organization to initiate the network development.
Developing nations and under-reached regions in developed countries.
Ghana is considered a developing country, which the World Bank defines as including low income (~$1,005 per capita) and lower-middle income (between $1,006 and $3,955) countries. Recent news on Ghana.
Wyoming County, West Virginia. The median income for a household in the county is $23,932. The per capita income for the county is $14,220. About 20.20% of families are below the poverty level including 36.90% of those under age 18 and 13.50% of those age 65 or over. Recent coal miner layoffs in W.Va.
Proactive: We TRAVEL to the communities that need our expertise
Empathy: We understand the communities through our BRIDGE-BUILDERS
Exchange: We are TEACHABLE both in developed and developing nations
Respect: We are after the MIDDLE-CLASS in our target markets
Supportive: We enable career transformations via our EXPERTS