How we taught dozens of refugees to code, then helped them get developer jobs
Gijs Corstens
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This is so inspiring — thank you for sharing this!

My family and I just recently began a mentorship relationship with a Syrian refugee family here in the U.S. They are working on learning English, but even so, work options for the father will be limited because of injuries he sustained while in Syria. Your article has really inspired me to think outside the box when considering how to help guide them in this area of their lives.

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