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Engaging Community Youth with Tech Job Skills


Continuing our series on community engagement, I talk with Ronald D. Williams Jr., DMin, pastor of the Macedonia Adventist Church, area leader for the Delaware Valley of the Allegheny East Conference, and program director of the Chester Peace Initiative.

An urbanologist, we discuss his undergrad and graduate-level education in information systems, his first career in IT, and how he turned that previous work into a program to teach youth tech job skills. We also discuss his time in the Nation of Islam and how he leads in the Adventist Church today.

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Alexander Carpenter is executive editor of Spectrum

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A conversation with Ronald D. Williams Jr., pastor, author, and urbanologist.

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