Aspiring IT Technician & Web Developer
I started as a Volunteer and now I’m all over IT, I love programming because I can create a whole new world, but also I like getting my hands dirty by doing hardware. Every time I get to repair a lonely broken desktop or laptop, I get
so excited!! I recently attended a Salesforce Admin 201 bootcamp but I want to pursue a degree on Computer Science and IT, better yet get my CompTIA A+ certification. In the future I want to become someone that helps inspire the empowerment
in young adults who are passionate about technology.
Giving back with our CareerForce Cohort#1 partnering with ScholarMatch to learn about Salesforce and Salesforce Trailhead. (August 31st, 2017)
Dev/Mission Outreach and Recruitment Team @ the The San Francisco Human Rights Commission College and Career Fair for High School Students and Transitional Age Youth (TAY) @ LinkedIn HQ in San Francisco. CA. (June 30th 2017). And also @ TechSF Tech Expo College Track in Bayview (June 27th 2017).
Middle school is a perfect time to get students coding. Whether students are playing a simple logic-based game or writing scripts to create the next big app, there are different tools that are sure to get students thinking about
what sort of language goes into the technology they use every day. See project Jamestown Community Summer Camp
Improving your school’s technology doesn’t necessarily mean updating it with the newest tech and gadgets. So we build a computer lab out of old donated computers. Once we determined the ideal arrangement of the computer lab, building
the lab was just a matter of setting everything up. (January 2017)
Assisting with installation, configuration and ongoing Monitoring of system hardware and software.Verifying functionality of hardware and software components.Troubleshooting hardware and software issues in person.Ultimately achieving our goal which is to maximize the benefit of the donations we receive.
Dev/Mission was founded in early 2017 by Leonardo Sosa and a team of technologists that care about STEM opportunities for diverse young adults. Our goal is to connect the most overlooked population in San Francisco, Bay Area and
beyond; and expose them to careers in the tech industry.
Gaining experience in:
Numerous programming languages, hardware engineering
QA testing and professional development
Projects included building websites, building computers, IT Support simulations
Installation and set-up of computer systems and software (including network cabling) and maintenance services.
Primarily focusing on teaching young adults ages 16-24 hardware skills to prepare them for careers as IT specialist, tech support, support technician and to pursue a CompTIA Certification.