Getting A Head Start

Why should your high school student be making fries at a fast food restaurant when he could be earning the same money and preparing for a future career?

The IT industry is expected to have strong growth in both the short term and long term. According to the US Department of Labor, there were 800,000 computer software engineers. By 2014, there should be 1,169,000 computer software engineers. As demand exceeds supply, economics principals tell us that HomeGrownProgrammers should be promoting and preparing the next generation of IT Professionals.  As our IT landscape continues to change so will the advancement of the virtual office, thus providing many benefits for future homeschooling parents involved in this vocation.




In another US Department of Labor study, ‘software publisher’ jobs were predicted to increase by 67% between 2004 and 2014, compared to just 39% for ‘outpatient, laboratory, and other ambulatory care services.’ (United States Bureau of Labor Statistics,

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Our Mentors are skilled professionals that desire to pass on life and professional experience knowledge to others. HomeGrownProgrammers embraces the time proven tradition of passing on skills. The acrostic below summarizes our approach and values.

  • Mastery of Skill(s)
  • Experience over many years
  • Normalcy not Normal
  • Thirst for Knowledge
  • Opportunity to Train
  • Receptive to new ideas

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