SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED FOR DISABLED STUDENTS IN I.T. ONLINE TRAINING

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May 29, 2009 (San Diego)—“We will be awarding 20 scholarships for our second class, which is scheduled to begin at the end of July,” said Cindy Lennon, special projects coordinator for Able-Disabled Advocacy. “Applications are due on June 15th.” So far, 19 students have signed up in six tracks for online IT training.

Students are now being recruited for courses in Computer Technician (A+ certification), Network Technician (Network+ certification), Server Technician (Server + or Oracle tracks), Desktop Support Technician (Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician certification), Java Programmer, and Microsoft Office Specialist. The first step is to have a potential scholarship recipient review the curriculum guides at www.abledisabledadvocacy.org. Click on Programs, then Technology-Based Learning. For more information, contact: Cindy Lennon, Able-Disabled Advocacy, at 4283 El Cajon Blvd. Ste. 110, San Diego, CA 92105, or call 619-231-5990 x 315.


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Scholarship for taking the training of journalism as a disable

Dear Sir,
with showing reverence to state that I Md. Shahjamal is a Bangladeshi disable. My left hand is inactive. I have completed Masters of social science under the National University of Bangladesh. I have completed 3 months diploma course on computer and a english speaking course. Now I studying a one year diploma course of Human Rights and Legal Aids under a NGO organization. Now I want to take a diploma course on journalism for my better future. Can you help me about this? Please let me know the procedure of the scholarship for the training of journalism as a disable.

Your Sincerely,
Md. Shahjamal