Students with hearing impairments prepare for tech careers:

07/26/2010 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

A summer program at the University of Washington in Seattle is preparing high-school students who cannot hear or have hearing impairments to pursue degrees and careers in computer science. Students in the nine-week program earn college credit for two courses in animation and programming, and they live in campus dormitories. The program also has students visit companies such as Google and interact with professionals in the field who also have disabilities and serve as mentors.

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