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“There is talent everywhere and our collective effort is to inspire and develop that innovative potential through our CSL (Code as a Second Language) program and creative partnerships with Sabio to help our communities and America move forward, especially during and post COVID where tech jobs will be in even greater demand than they already are,” said Antonio Tijerino, President and CEO of HHF. “We are thrilled that Sabio shares in that vision and we are grateful for their leadership as a Latinx-owned-and-operated company providing tech education to our community.”
“Sabio is excited to collaborate with HHF, an amazing organization that is 100% dedicated to helping uplift the Latinx Community,” said Liliana Monge, Co-Founder and CEO of Sabio. “Through our partnership we will work to engage more Latinx people, and encourage and support them through their journey into software engineering.”
Sabio, a coding bootcamp based in Los Angeles, is one of the oldest software development bootcamps and is taught exclusively by senior industry software practitioners. The current instructors are alumni of companies such as Fox, Gamefly, Stack Overflow, TMZ and UCLA. Sabio’s software development program focuses on .NET/C# and trains across the full-stack in Mobile, Front End, Back End, Source Control, Database and Development platforms. Sabio’s alumni now work at amazing companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Tesla, Activision, MedMen, UCLA, and USC. (Visit https://sabio.la/).
About the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and CSL
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is a national nonprofit focused on education, workforce, innovative leadership, and culture to meet America’s priorities. Through HHF’s program, Code as a Second Language (CSL), tens of thousands of students across the nation are introduced and taught to code. Once they are initiated, they are connected to a larger network of coders including mentors, workshops, activities through award-winning LOFT (Latinos On Fast Track) program for further development, connectivity and placement into the workforce and Fortune 500 companies (Visit www.HispanicHeritage.org) Follow Hispanic Heritage Foundation on Facebook and IG (@HispanicHeritage), and (@HHFoundation) on Twitter.
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