Rochester native and Rochester City School District graduate has launched a new program designed to invest in Rochester's youth.
Gerald Moore, Sr. founded Mission Fulfilled 2030. The program teaches students how to start their own tech company. Moore graduated from Edison Tech. He says he wasn't the best student, but he went on to earn a degree in engineering.
Moore says he wants to show young Black men, in particular, what the future holds. He says representation matters.
"One of the biggest things that needs to change is, representation matters," Moore said. "Black males make up less than 2% of the public school workforce, and Black males make up less than 5% of the high tech and STEM workforce. So, I think in order for at-risk kids and underserved and untapped talent, we need to see representation," said Moore. Click Here for Full Article - MF2030 feature starts at 11:08
Mission Fulfilled 2030 founder Gerald A. Moore Sr. interviews with NBC 5 Chicago news anchor Michelle Releford. Gerald discusses the launch of a national campaign to get 10,000 Black boys into the Youth Tech Entrepreneurs Program.
To fulfill this lofty goal we are seeking to get 10,000 people to sponsor one child for $25. To sponsor a child for this program click the following link: http://bit.ly/iwillsponsor
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Loudoun County man providing opportunities for young Black men this summer. Click Here For Full Article
Mission Fulfilled plans to bring 100,000 Black boys into the tech industry by 2030.
Dulles-based Mission Fulfilled 2030 is launching an initiative to add 10,000 Black boys this year to its program, which offers tech and entrepreneurship job training. Founder Gerald Moore Sr. talks about the org's approach. Click Here Full Article