Group pairs Ottawa students with technology professionals

10/22/2013 | Ottawa Citizen (Ontario)

The Ottawa, Canada-based group TechU.me for the past two years has helped to bring technology mentors to 2,000 high-school students and now is hoping to get funding from the government and other entities to continue its mission. The mentors, from companies such as Adobe, IBM and others, visit high schools in the province weekly to help raise awareness among students about technology-related jobs.

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