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TechPACT Digest - February 2024 Issue

We are thrilled to share the launch of our mentoring program. Mentoring is an essential element of career growth. It offers new perspectives, establishes a safe space for exploration and debate, and expands horizons. 

We are proud and deeply grateful for our partnership with Sacred Heart University, Jack Welch School of Business & Technology. The skill and passion of the students Chandrashekar Kongari and Swetha Kompelli, and faculty Rick Robustelli and Bob McCloud brought our mentoring program to life.

Our shared vision for creating a world where anyone with a passion for technology can succeed inspires us. Will you be the fuel that sparks change? Check-out our DEIB spotlight for more info, or sign-up using the button below.

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Mentoring program info

Exciting News! Our mentorship program is now live! Be a guiding light for young tech enthusiasts. With just 1-hr of your time per month for 4 short months, you can shape journeys and pave the way for successful tech careers. Enrolment closes Mar 8. Spots are filling fast! Signing up takes less than 3-min. Click the button below to sign up.

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Live Our +1 Credo

What Napoleon Couldn't do by DK Nnuro

Read 'What Napoleon Could Not Do' by DK Nnuro
Growing up in Ghana, Jacob and Belinda Nti dreamt of moving to the U.S. For Jacob, a computer programmer seeking a visa to join his wife in Virginia, hurdles persist. Belinda, in contrast, achieves academic success and marries a wealthy Texan. Their stories in "What Napoleon Could Not Do" illustrate the complex promises and disappointments of life in America, capturing the diverse experiences and perspectives of those navigating aspirations in a new country.  

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