t.o.b.e.: “two black computer programmers make millions with a programming school in chicago”
November 15, 2013
According to CB Insights, less than 1 percent of tech start-ups are founded by African-Americans. Tech entrepreneurs, Mike McGee and Neal Sales-Griffin are working to change that with their coding school in Chicago, The Starter League. McGee and Sales-Griffin are pulling in millions of dollars in revenue from teaching people how to become programmers. From mentoring students at Chicago Tech Academy to introducing coding to 16 Chicago Public Schools teachers, these guys are paving the way for the next generation of tech savvy entrepreneurs.
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