A Baltimore teen learns 3D printing through after-school technology workshops
March 12, 2019
Training for tech jobs isn’t happening across all demographics. Today, women and people of color are entering tech fields at lower rates than in the 1990s. But N’Dera Muhammad, a 16-year-old in Baltimore, was determined to learn some 3D printing skills. After trying to teach herself to code, she found hands-on help at the Digital Harbor Foundation. Today's show is sponsored by Lenovo for Small Business, Ultimate Software and Brother Printers.