Takoda Institute Plays Key Role In Bolstering Minority IT Workers

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By Neal St. Anthony, Star Tribune

“Jaquan Sloan worked in retail, home health care and building security for nearly a decade after high school. Usually part-time and without benefits. Never more than $12 an hour.  Sloan, 28, who grew up in Harlem, the son of a security guard and transit worker, moved to the Twin Cities in 2011.”

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