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What Does Black History Month Mean to Us?
“Diversity is so important to Byte Back and also fulfills my own commitment to my community,” says CEO Elizabeth Lindsey.
This month, we’re taking time to celebrate the achievements of Black Americans. African Americans like Katherine Johnson, Mae Jemison, and George Washington Carver made a lasting impact on science, technology, and our society.
At Byte Back, we’re training the next generation of innovators and community leaders in technology. With a student body that is 89 percent Black, Byte Back is a place where everyone can learn technology, find careers, and thrive.
Graduates like Ashley, featured above, launch successful careers that help their families for generations to come. This February, help put tech within reach for hundreds more students!