New funding will help Byte Back expand into Maryland.
The 20-year-old nonprofit that teaches IT skills to low-income residentsreceived a $200,000 grant from the Greater Washington Works Initiative, according to the organization.
The two-year grant will help Byte Back introduce classes in Prince George’s County, Md., this fall. Starting in October, the nonprofit is partnering with the Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation-Workforce Services Division on a program called EPIC.
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