Back-to-school specials help tech workers upgrade skills

Sandlund, Chris
June 2000
Crain's New York Business;06/26/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 26, p26
Focuses on the training programs for high technology workers offered by nonprofits in New York City. Skills taught in the programs; Types of workers enrolled in the programs; Course offerings.


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