Kendahl says thanks for the donations! Jan 30, 2017
"I would like to thank the donors for their starting donations for my need!" - Kendahl
My need and situation
I truly have a passion for technology hardware, coding and helping people. The excitement and joy of taking something apart and programming a program that knows absolutely nothing only that of which has been entered and getting response from it is so fun. And wanting to make a difference in others is what i am passionate about.
My goals, moving forward: I most recently passed my GED January 13, 2017! I also completed a program called Mission Techies December 16, 2016 where I got exposed to careers in Information Technology. I plan on going to EXCEL UCSF internship this summer and take classes to further my learning coding and majoring computer science one day at San Francisco Community College as well (CCSF). I know the road might be hard but I am responsible enough to finish this goal.
I need to pay for the tuition for the program and transportation, which comes up to about $700.00.
This need will help me continue to succeed so I can have a better career for my kids and my future. I will appreciate your donations moving forward and I will follow up with you about my progress into the Excel UCSF Program in San Francisco.
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This need has been validated by Leonardo from Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
Validated by Leonardo from Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) (What does this mean?)
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Kendahl graduated from our Mission Techies Program in San Francisco and she wants to pursue a career in the tech medical field. Kendahl is a single mom and I know she needs help to achieve her educational/employment goals.
Leonardo Sosa has mentored over 1,500 youth to become technology ambassadors, and he has trained over 100 instructors on best practices in a technology and leadership curricula across the country since 2003. In 1995 he launched Youth-Net, the first youth technology program serving the Mission. In… Read more