For Marcus Powell of Washington, D.C., the CompTIA A+ certification opened up a path to long-term financial stability. Powell earned his CompTIA A+ certification in September 2012 through an intensive, Washington, D.C.-based IT training program called the H.O.P.E. Project.
Raymond Bell, Director of the HOPE Project is interviewed by News Talk Channel 8.
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"The fliers that Raymond Bell Jr. posted throughout the Barry Farm neighborhood held a few nuggets: free computer training, a career path and a possible starting salary of $30,000," writes Timothy Wilson of the Washington Post.
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Raymond Bell was recently featured on News Channel 7 as one of Harris' Heroes.
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Article By Ryann Blackshere: BET News (Thursday, June 28, 2012)
“This isn’t a training program, this is a movement. This is a movement to start across the country,” he said.
The H.O.P.E. is an information technology training program which provides nine months of technical training and development for young adults or those searching for unemployment.