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Atlanta has won a $1.65 million federal grant to train the chronically unemployed and veterans to become health information technology workers.
The program is intended to spur job growth and public-private partnerships across the country.
Atlanta was one of 20 regions to win the funding, which averaged $1.8 million per project. There were 125 applicants.
For nearly 40 years—from the launch of Sputnikin 1957 to 1995, when NASA issued the world's first space pollution guidelines—space-faring nations acted just like my cousin: Whenever they were in space, they would casually throw trash out the window.
Once in a great while, there comes along a movement that challenges the status quo to reinvent itself and improve its services....a movement that inspires action and insists upon tangible results. Such a movement has the power to transform today's dreams into tomorrow's realities. With a 21st century vision for black engineers, scientists and technologists, ABEST aspires to become that movement.
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