IT vacancies difficult to fill without education

IT job positions are becoming harder and harder to fill in the Triad without the proper training and education.  Learn how an upcoming UNCG Bryan School of Business & Economics student will graduate feeling comfortable about his career.

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Creating the possible

Creating the possible

Becky Levin gives high school students business skills and so much more.

Becky Levin, a UNCG Bryan School alum and the 2008 Bryan School Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, dreams big.

Levin, who graduated from UNCG in 1979, founded a successful executive search firm and now is giving back in a big way. She and husband Mark started The Possible Project, an after-school entrepreneurship program for high school students, that teaches young people how to start and run their own businesses. Although most people would call these young people as “at-risk kids,” Becky prefers to call them “kids of untapped potential.”

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Read the UNCG Fall 2013 Alumni edition for more information about The Possible Project and Becky Levin.