Tools and Strategies to Address the
   Realities of Class, Race and
         Gender in a CTC
               Presented by:
...
General Services of CTC’s

    Job Skills Development
n

    Education: GED, Literacy or
n
    supporting School Activitie...
Some Sample CTC’s
             Structure
    Youth Development
n
        Women dominant directors of centers
    l
       ...
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center
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Practices and strategies to work with diverse populations in technology, education, and programs.

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Tools & Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race & Gender in a Technology Center

  1. 1. Tools and Strategies to Address the Realities of Class, Race and Gender in a CTC Presented by: Shireen Mitchell, Digital Sisters
  2. 2. General Services of CTC’s Job Skills Development n Education: GED, Literacy or n supporting School Activities Youth Development n Civic Engagement n Residents (Housing) n
  3. 3. Some Sample CTC’s Structure Youth Development n Women dominant directors of centers l 100% - 80% boys participate Instructors are male dominant majority l boys participate Caucasian directors and instructors with l 100% - 80% people of color participate Mid to High income staff with low l income participants

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