The law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP selected the Community Development Technologies Center (CDTech) to receive a donation of 300 computers to help close the digital divide in the Vernon-Central community of South Los Angeles.
GUMI strives to work with existing urban manufacturers in four target sectors not usually associated with Green, but that have a great economic impact in the region’s economy and in underserved communities.
CDTech’s Tech Corps is a 4-week training program for young adults aged 17-24 in Computer Refurbishing, Digital Arts, Business Applications & Budget Management and Leadership Development Training.
[Green Corp] The Ella Baker Center, the Full Circle Fund and the Oakland Apollo Alliance has just launched, Making Green Work: Best Practices in Green-Collar Job Training.
CDTech is kicking off its first of several Green Pages to its website. GRIP is dedicated to Russell Sakaguchi, a long-term board member of the Community Development Technologies Center (CDTech). Russell dedicated over 30 years of his life to community and sustainable development, and social justice causes. His life embodied a commitment to changing the[…]