FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 11, 2016
GoVirtualGreen.org Celebrates Launch of NeuroGreen© Talk
Non-Profit Organization Launches Innovative Technology Training Curriculum
Washington, DC: Today GoVirtualGreen.org, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that creates healthy, fun, "learn and earn" STE[A]M environments, announced that it has successfully completed the first two sessions of its NeuroGreen© Talk Mobile App Design 101 class. These classes consisted of over 50 students, aged 10 and over, and parents, and ran concurrently at the Riverdale Baptist School and the Prince Georges Community College over the past two months.
Of the NeuroGreen© Talk program, Prince George's Community College Chief Technology Officer William Anderson said, “The genius of GoVirtualGreen.org and NeuroGreen© Talk will push the vision for STEM education forward, for generations to come.” Additionally, United States Senator for Maryland Ben Cardin said, “There is an urgent need for private technology education programs like Go Virtual Green. It’s the expert innovation we need to advance education in a digital connected world.”
NeuroGreen© Talk offers a Neuro-Linguistic conversational approach to learning that brings adults, educators, and children together to learn and inspire one another, while building competitive skills that will advance them in today's globally-connected and technology-driven marketplace. NeuroGreen© Talk inspires STE[A]M learning through creative cognitive conversations.
NeuroGreen© Talk is one of the Nation’s leading Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math “STE[A]M” pipelines that has been developed and accredited by some of the top technologists and business leaders in the world. This program allows students ages 10+ to:
- Gain 20 skills that pay higher wages than a college degree alone
- Gain experience building their own personal web app and grassroots business
- Become productive “Green Thinkers” online
About GoVirtualGreen.org: GoVirtualGreen.org is non-profit whose mission is to providing a positive fun opportunity to deserving families and youth around the world. They are passionate about showing people from all over the world how to learn and earn, while deterring and protecting communities from illiteracy, violence, and discriminatory hate crimes.