Boost Your Career - Become a Microsoft TEALS Volunteer

  • April 25, 2024
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Sal & Mookie's New York Pizza & Ice Cream Joint - Jackson 200 District Boulevard East Jackson, MS 39211


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Lunch at Sal & Mookies

Boost Your Career - Become a Microsoft TEALS Volunteer

Technology Education and Learning Support (TEALS) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that brings computer science (CS) to high school students all over the country.  Since 2009, the Microsoft TEALS Program has helped over 100,000 students to receive CS education, and we are looking to make this number even bigger!  

The Microsoft TEALS Program is only possible because of volunteers. Tech industry volunteers make a lasting impact on the next generation of innovators by helping students build their CS foundation.  Together we can make a difference for an inclusive future workforce and ensure all students have access to digital skills.  

Tiffiney Carter-Washington is the Regional Manager for Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program for Louisiana and Mississippi.  Tiffiney has over 25 years of Information Technology/Computer Science experience.

Tiffiney holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics from Jackson State University and a master’s degree in management information systems from the University of Arkansas.  A dissectologist, whose resume covers the gamut — COO, IT Department Chair, IT Manager, Software Developer, Analyst, Engineer, Technical Writer, Trainer, and Collegiate Instructor — Tiffiney is committed to empowering today’s students to become tomorrow’s leaders.


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We hope you’re able to join us!


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Thursday, April 25, 2024 11:30 AM

Build Your Career - Become a Microsoft TEALS Volunteer


Sal & Mookie's New York Pizza & Ice Cream Joint - Jackson

AITP began as the National Machine Accountants Association back in the 1950s, and an active chapter was formed in Jackson at this time. With the advent of powerful, mainframe computers and the accompanying staffs, the name was soon changed to DPMA (Data Processing Management Association) to focus more on the processing of all types of data. However, with the proliferation of personal and mid-range computers, this name also became dated, and effective in 1997 the association members changed its name to AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals).

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