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Las Vegas program teaches cybersecurity skills to homeless


October 1, 2017

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A business innovation center in downtown Las Vegas hosted a training program that aimed to teach cybersecurity skills to people who are homeless.

The business incubator RedFlint partnered with a workforce development program last week to offer training in a field that's experiencing a workforce shortage, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported ( ).

Hero School Initiatives has offered training and education events for the homeless population for about 22 years. But this year the organization worked with the Las Vegas-based RedFlint, which is owned by the...

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