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June 2015 Student Highlight

June 2015 Student Highlight

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Kenneth Williams presenting his latest website creation for Forever Free Mission

The highlight student for this issue is Kenneth Williams. Kenneth is graduating from Tampa Bay Tech High School and has been with Computer Mentors Group for most of his high school career.  I know his parents are very proud of his accomplishments as are we at CMG.  Kenneth is graduating as a member of the honors roll with a focus in the commercial art.  He is also a HABSE (Hillsborough Alliance of Black School Educators) Award recipient for excellence and good grades.  Kenneth achieved a Microsoft Master User Certification by also earning Microsoft User Certifications in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint.  He also earned a certification in Adobe Dreamweaver and with those skills completed three website projects including the first website for Green Artery (greenartery.org), Light Lighthouse Forever Free Mission (ForeverFreeMission.org) and Mentor Legacy Website.  Kenneth’s goal is to pursue a career in Information Technology where he wants to be versatile in both software and hardware. 

Kenneth said “Computer Mentors taught me a lot.  I learned how to code, build websites, and conduct client interviews.”

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