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An Air Force veteran who taught himself to code explains how he started a nonprofit that has educated 250,000 other vets on how to get jobs in tech

4 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Jerome Hardaway, founder of Vets Who Code and Air Force veteran
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Air Force veteran Jerome Hardaway left the military after five years of service in 2009 and had trouble finding the job.
The job market is already tough for veterans, and the recession further impacted the job market.
Hardaway taught himself how to code and was able to find a job, and he launched the nonprofit Vets Who Code to help other veterans do the same.
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