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Rajat: The Tech Connect program actually acts as a bridge between the talent pool and the demand that we have in the workforce.
Shalabh: Typically it's a program for letting non-technology people into technology. We had it globally earlier and last year, 2018, was the first time we had it in India.
Kirthana: Tech Connect India was going to be really special. The cohort that we were going to be working with were all persons with disabilities.
Jayashree: I'm very much excited to be a part of the Tech Connect program.
Kirthana: We've been recruiting out of college and then putting them through a 13-week job boot camp. The idea basically was for them to join us as software engineers.
Shalabh: If you get a diverse set of people you get diverse viewpoints, which makes your discussions rich, which makes your output even richer.
Rajat: People with different abilities come with different perspectives and the skills that we need.
Kirthana: When firms like J.P.Morgan create these employment opportunities, we're impacting their families, we're impacting the communities they work with. And so we have a lot of people talking about how you could be a very successful contributing software engineer.
Kirthana: When we do this again, I think we're just going to grow this exponentially and the impact that we have, in India, in J.P.Morgan, is going to be amazing.