Volunteering at CityLab Professional enables you to achieve close proximity to solving big problems, with simple ideas.
(Not to mention a really cool day)
Johnny Lee Clarke is the founder of CityLab, his team leads vocational training development for jobs that are projected to be in high demand, in fact, McKinsey Global Institute research supports that belief, estimating that the impact of the Internet of Things on the global economy might be as high as $6.2 trillion by 2025.
In 1999 he received Special Congressional Recognition, a Texas Governor's Award for Volunteer Service, he is also a winner of the Southwest Airlines Freedom Fighter Award for public service, Mr. Clarke was also recognized by the United States Presidential Volunteer Service Committee for Lifetime Achievement in 2011.
From 2011-2015, his team pioneered a successful County Jail Recidivism Reduction program, with the assistance of Cisco Network Academy, with that out of way,
CityLab, "The Inside/Out Program" was designed to provide live lectures twice a week, with students putting in the long hours of work and study to leave confinement with the ability to work in many of the Bay Area Startups that have little concern with prejudicial pasts.