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Notice of non discrimination policy as to students:  Mattapan/ Greater Boston Technology Learning Center, Inc. admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin in the administration of its education policies, scholarship and loan programs; and all other school administered programs.  

   The Mattapan/Greater Boston Technology Learning Center,Inc  Governing Board

Julia Thompson  Martinez, Chair
Maxo Clermont, Vice chair
Karrie Ann Jean , Executive Director
Augustine Roberts, member
Dorothy Thomas, member
Franck Deshommes,member
George Maceus, member
Gilberte Berry, member
Hazel Bynoe, member   
Jean S. Blanc, member
Rev. Jacques Dady Jean, member   
Rev. Kenneth Christian, member
Lionelle Demosthenes, member
Marguerite Ducheine,member
Margarette Heriveaux
Magdalie Descopins, member
Martel Cayo, member
Thomas St-Cyr, member
Advisory board members
Miriam Perez, member
Marie Gabriel, member
Wilce Mascary, member
Peterson Lamour, member
Fritz Alvarez, member
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The Mattapan/Greater Boston Technology Learning Center Executive Branch
Karrie Ann Jean - Executive Director
Jacques Dady Jean - Chief Program Development Officer
Peterson Lamour , Instructor
Wilce Mascary, Instructor
Hazel Bynoe - Facility  and maintenance
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Julia Thompson Martinez, Chairwoman 
Maxo Clermont, Vice-chair
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The goals of Mattapan Tech are:
Train 600 skilled workers every year for the computer service  and office industry.
Provide monthly capacity building seminars for small business owners and future entrepreneurs.
Promote healthy social activities (Sports, reading, field trips etc)
Work with local businesses to develop courses that meet their needs.
Assist our graduates to find entry-level positions in their respective field.
Promote civic activities and citizens responsibilities (Citizenship class, community services etc.)

Mattapan Tech is a public institution under Internal Revenue code 501(c)(3)

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