Help Me Inspire Youth to [Secure The Bag] with Info Technology
Welcome! I am very happy that you chose to be here reading about my Outreach activities.
If you haven't already visited the About page, then allow me to personally introduce myself. My name is Omari W. Dixon. I've been in Info Tech for over 20 years now. My career started in Software Coding in December 1997 when I graduated from the prestigious Rensselear Polytechnic Institute with a Management Information Systems Bachelor's of Science degree.
Trust me when I say that I know the impact of representation. When I was attending A. Philip Randolph High School, I recall being introduced to the Info Tech industry at a Tech Talk hosted by successful African-American men that looked and talked like me. I remember thinking to myself, "If they can do it, then so can I." It was that inflection point that guided my thoughts when offers to commit criminal acts for short term gains came my way. My hope is to inspire the next generation of QA Engineers by offering a free training for youth and young adults in the community to learn how to create [Software Test Cases]. With that said, I'm delighted to share the first training session of 2022 featuring my two new trainees: Messiah and Janan!
In closing, I want to direct you to the [Secure The Bag] enrollment page to share with a high school teenager or an early college young adult, so that they can register themselves into one of my free group training sessions available everyday from [Monday - Thursday]. I also want to thank you in advance for all of your encouraging words & positive reinforcement behaviors that acknowledges & rewards them for taking the time to learn something new.
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