HC4A (Hindu Charities for America) is excited to announce the launch of a new pilot program aimed at providing certification training to students who are unable to afford education. This initiative complements our existing Vocational Training program and represents our commitment to expanding educational opportunities.
In collaboration with the African American Youth Harvest Foundation (AAYHF), HC4A has taken the first step towards empowering students through this certification training program. As part of the pilot, three students have been carefully selected to participate in Cyber Security Training. These promising individuals have been enrolled at UT Austin, where they will benefit from live tutoring and mentorship provided by dedicated HC4A volunteers.
This innovative program holds great promise for equipping students with vital skills in the field of Cyber Security, a rapidly growing industry with increasing demand for qualified professionals. By providing access to this specialized training, HC4A and AAYHF are working together to bridge the educational gap and empower students who may not have had the opportunity otherwise.
For more information about this program or to get involved, please reach out to Abhay Samant at Abhay.Samant@hc4a.org or call (512) 660-1754. We welcome any inquiries and are happy to provide additional details about the certification training, eligibility criteria, and how you can support our efforts.
HC4A remains committed to transforming lives through education and believes that every student deserves access to quality learning opportunities. Through this pilot program and our Vocational Training initiatives, we aim to uplift underserved communities, promote career development, and create a brighter future for the students we serve.
Join us in our mission to make a difference and empower students with the skills they need to succeed in today’s competitive job market. Together, we can build a stronger and more inclusive society where education truly knows no barriers.