Florida Department of Education Approves SafeWave’s Internet Technician Apprenticeship Program

Clearwater, FL, February 02, 2010 --(PR.com)-- SafeWave.org, creator of iLAND5.com, the first truly safe and free social network for children, announces that the Florida Department of Education Approved SafeWave’s Internetworking Technician Apprenticeship Program.

This is the first program for Internet Technician approved in the state of Florida. The program is also under review by the Department of Veteran Affairs as an occupational opportunity for veterans.

Jon Goins, Apprentice Program Manager for the Florida D.O.E., was instrumental in working with SafeWave.org to develop the program concept and provided the necessary information for the year long application process.

SafeWave.org has gained a strong reputation within the IT industry for designing web based technology and how to develop and implement cost saving programs. SafeWave.org expects to expand their operations as a result of the approved apprenticeship program. They will be using their web based technology to network resources and assist other nonprofit organizations to improve online presence, streamline operations, lower operating costs and improve fundraising opportunities.

Debbie Johnston, whose son’s tragic experience led to Jeff’s Law in Florida and who is a SafeWave.org Advisory Board Member, said the following of SafeWave’s efforts, “An understanding of technology and working knowledge of the internet is vital for our children’s future success, but it is imperative that parents, schools, and the community work together to keep kids safe online.”

SafeWave.org CEO, Steve Schechner, grandfather and father of two, comments on this significant event, “The timing is crucial to further our mission.” Our organization has created a very sophisticated, unique and free web based technology to protect children online. Our skills can create products and services to fund our mission and help other nonprofit organizations further their missions. Our web based technology can drastically improve the public awareness of organizations on the internet. By improving their communications, lowering fundraising and operating costs and consolidating information this effectively provides a higher percentage of funds to be allocated for the original purpose of the nonprofit organization.

Deborah Schechner, Editor
SafeWave.org Inc
Tel: 1-877-ILAND5-0

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