The Data for Good summer program is a seven-week training opportunity where teens learn and get hands-on experience with the science of data visualization. Participants will also learn a variety of skills, such as financial literacy, applying for jobs, time management, etc. Each teen completing the program will receive a $500 honorarium. Applications will be accepted from March 30, 2024 — April 30, 2024.
Learn more about Data for Good at one of our three informational sessions.
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