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Teachers paid to teach workforce training techniques

Capital One brought Dallas ISD teachers to its Plano campus this month for technology workforce training.

The two-week course teaches the educators how to bring what they’ve learned back to other teachers in their schools.

The skills they learned to teach include project management methods, problem solving, marketing, design ideas, coding and app development and Python programming language.

The training is part of Capital One’s Future Edge program, a $150 million commitment over five years to help Americans gain technology workforce skills.

Euranie Patin of South Oak Cliff High School was among the teachers that Capital One paid to be in the program.

Jorge Calderon of Capital One and Euranie Patin of South Oak Cliff High School. Photo courtesy of Capital One

By |2019-06-17T14:27:26-05:00June 26th, 2018|News|Comments Off on Teachers paid to teach workforce training techniques

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