Cummings will give invocation speeches to the inaugural class of 25 local young adults, who will be placed in IT jobs in Baltimore in less than 6 months.Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake stated, “I’m honored to support these 25 young people embarking on IT careers that will change their lives, the lives of their families, and the overall quality of life of their communities in Baltimore.

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Other major funders include Abell Foundation and Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, both also in attendance for the graduation, as well as the France-Merrick Foundation.

The NPower program has also been acknowledged by Congressman Elijah E.

“An internship is a way to evaluate the caliber of tech professionals that NPower produces; a two-month interview in a sense; and I have the utmost faith in their ability to perform.” Schwarz was recruited for the board of directors because of her commitment to the regional program in North Texas as well as her strong foothold in the industry.

“We will also be looking to Diane and Textron to advance our curriculum as they are both leaders in technology and also employers of NPower graduates,” said Bertina Ceccarelli, Chief Executive Officer of NPower.

“They took a chance on NPower and put their lives on hold to pursue something better for themselves and that alone should be commended.

We owe it to these individuals to back them with the necessary support to succeed both in their careers but also as members of the community of Baltimore.

Her responsibilities include leadership of the business units’ chief information officers and directing the day-to-day activities of Textron corporate information services.

She chairs Textron’s Information Management Council and oversees Textron’s information technology supplier and outsourcing relationships.

“We are inspired by the support we have received from the Baltimore community, and by the Fund II Foundation and other generous funders, since we opened in July.