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PRINCETON, W. Va. (WVVA) -On Wednesday, students at Princeton Senior High School got the chance to see firsthand the benefits of an education in STEM and the value of personal growth. Students heard from Vernon Green Jr., a veteran, owner and CEO of GCubed Incorporated, a cybersecurity company, and the founder of G3 Community Services, a STEM-focused nonprofit. He shared his success journey, from his struggles in school to discovering his love for IT work. He wanted to communicate that passion to the students here to encourage the younger generation to consider the advantages of I-T certification over just another college degree. Students also learned the value of hard work and choosing friends that aren’t a bad influence. Green hopes the messages communicated during the talk will be valuable to students as they prepare for their futures.

“…Community development and economic development go hand in hand. If help people economically to change their situations, then they can come to a better place, and that is extremely important to my story, where I’ve come from nothing and now, I’m the owner of a multimillion-dollar company,” says Green.

You can find out more about Green and his work by going to his business website and his nonprofit website.


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