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The office technology industry partners with The Mariano Rivera Foundation to prepare young people for careers in the copier, graphics, and production print fields.


Luis Villa, vice president of production print at Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office, likes to think big. When Atlantic partnered with The Mariano Rivera Foundation’s mentorship program to provide underserved minority youth with the skills necessary to service MFPs, he saw an opportunity to go wider, deeper, and bigger with this education.

Mariano Rivera speaks at a fundraising event to raise funds for the newly developed copier, graphics, and imaging vocational training program.

In June, The Mariano Rivera Foundation hosted a golf outing at the Westchester Country Club in White Plains, New York, held to raise funds to build the 40,000 square-foot Mariano Rivera Learning Center in New Rochelle, New York. The construction team broke ground for the Center in early August with plans to complete the project within 12 to 18 months. The facility will provide guidance, educational resources, and vocational training to help underserved minority youth succeed in higher education and establish careers in high-demand fields

Founded in 1998 by the New York Yankees Hall of Fame pitcher and his wife Clara, The Mariano Rivera Foundation provides young people with life skills and educational opportunities that prepare them to succeed in life.

Read the full article from the September 2021 issue of The Cannata Report HERE

*Content credit: Cannata Report