Salvadoran youth represent Washington D.C. Microsoft in competition

By Patricia Martinez

Salvadoran Tatiana Contreras will participate for the second time in the "US Microsoft Competition" will gather this month to the most outstanding young computer, with the aim of supporting the talent and skills of the new values.

Contreras youth represent District of Washington D.C. after winning a competition organized by the Academy LAYC (Latin America Youth Center), which lets you select the advantaged students in technology.

According to the Academy LAYC, in the previous competition to meet with Microsoft involved almost 800,000 students nationwide, them around 135 They reach the final, approximately 0.004% of all participants.

for Tatiana, participate for the second time in the competition Microsoft is an important achievement not only for his career, but also an incentive for other young people interested in learning more about computers and technology in general.

Salvadoran says it is also a message of hope to "never give up" against all challenges and obstacles that all immigrants must overcome when entering the country without knowing the language and details of the school system.