Casa of Maryland in Prince George’s County has been awarded a $20,000 grant from The Comcast Foundation for a youth computer literacy program.
The program will provide computer training and career counseling to people ages 15 to 24. The program will introduce participants to computer programs that are commonly used in the workplace, such as Microsoft Office, according to a statement.
“We strive to give young people the tools and support they need to be successful and reach their full potential,” said Virginia Kase, director of education and centers of Casa of Maryland, in a written statement. “This generous grant from the Comcast Foundation will enable us to provide our Youth Computer Literacy Program participants with the technology and training to help them achieve digital literacy.”