Explore Trainers, Boston and more!

Explore related topics

Computer trainers help Boston baby boomers reach Internet speed. New Boston Post, 11/19/2015

Tech Goes Home provides under-served Boston residents the chance to learn how to use century tools and develop needed skills.

The children of St. Ann's Parish in Dorchester sing the National Anthem before the game. Home of the brave: Little Jane Richard strode on her new prosthetic leg onto Fenway’s field to lead a children’s choir in a stirring rendition of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner.’  Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/red-sox-game-sees-marathon-victim-sing-national-anthem-article-1.1485205#ixzz2hkJ4rCW5

Red Sox game sees Marathon victim sing national anthem

Irish American girl who survived Boston bombing sings national anthem at Fenway Park

Social Media and Faculty Discipline [GUEST POST]

Social Media and Faculty Discipline [GUEST POST]

Teen created an app now worth millions! How did he do it? #YAEducation #YALanguageLearners

Summly app created by British teenager is bought by internet giant

Looking for a paid internship in Boston? Here's how! #YAEducation #HumanResources

Looking for a paid internship in Boston?

Boston ranked #1 in 2013 Digital Cities Survey for innovations like City Hall To Go, New Urban Mechanics, and TGH! Government Technology, 11/6/2013

Boston ranked in 2013 Digital Cities Survey for innovations like City Hall To Go, New Urban Mechanics, and TGH!

Once the neglected edge of the stylish South End, Washington Street is becoming the Hub's coolest strip

Travel Inspiration

Once the neglected edge of the stylish South End, Washington Street is becoming the Hub's coolest strip

These New England restaurants stand out as chefs fill their menus with harvests from local farms and drinks from area distilleries.

Boston’s Farm-to-Table Renaissance

These New England restaurants stand out as chefs fill their menus with harvests from local farms and drinks from area distilleries.

Tech Goes Home (TGH), founded in 2000, is a national award-winning initiative helping to provide under-served residents the opportunity, tools, education, and access required for 21st century skills development. With the support and backing of the city of Boston, TGH prioritizes low-income and underserved populations, including people from challenged neighborhoods, those without technology at home, the unemployed and underemployed, people who do not speak English, and individuals with…

Our partner help ensure that our providers are equipped with the tools, training, and access to support century skill development.

Pinterest
Search