In the Bay Area, research shows that students from low-income communities aren't exposed to the math and science training, or tech mentors that lead to job opportunities in the field. Without this access, these students are underprepared for careers in science and technology. Hack the Hood will address digital equity by training low-income kids to build websites for local small businesses, actively supporting them to launch their own tech careers. In two years, 5,000 students will support over 25,000 businesses across the Bay Area and receive technology training.
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