Verizon Executives, HBCU grads, and former interns from HBCUs gathered to discuss Verizon’s internship program and how it can help students discover their passion and potential. View this wonderful and engaging discussion, featuring:
Moderator – April Brumfield, Southern University and A & M College and Southern University Law Center graduate, Verizon
Highlights of the great conversation between Verizon Executives and former interns from HBCUs about Verizon’s internship program and how it can help students discover their passion and potential. Watch more:
Michael Hecht, President & CEO, GNO, Inc. discusses how the New Orleans business community was impacted by COVID-19, how technology helped them pull through a difficult time, and what the future holds for the New Orleans business community.
Mayra Pineda, President/CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana discusses how COVID-19 impacted the business community and how partners like Verizon supported their membership through grants and technological solutions.
Liv Ferrick of Project Lazarus in New Orleans discusses their mission to provide transitional housing to people living with HIV/AIDS who have no other place to live and how technology was crucial to their clients during COVID-19.
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