Jason Greer President

Jason Greer is passionate about contributing to the community in Seattle both through his work at GenUI and serving local philanthropic organizations.

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In 2013, we founded an international software development internship program, working with the El Salvador embassy here in Seattle, and a dynamic mobile software company located in El Salvador.

Our partner, called Korinver helped us create an internship program that sends young professionals from El Salvador to Seattle for very hands-on, rapid skill development training, with the goal of creating a pool of talented students who aspire to become top-notch software developers and leaders of the future.

The results of the program have been pretty compelling to date, creating a multiplier effect: graduates returning home are teaching others, or working with GenUI via Korinver. Some have even created their own start-ups. To learn more about the program, read GeekWire’s coverage here.

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