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Andrew Lauchengco

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BA Psychology, George Mason University

Andrew Lauchengco's background is in IT, cybersecurity, and enterprise cloud solution sales. Since starting his career in bringing tech solutions to government and education sectors, he's dedicated his time to workforce education and digital skills training.

Today, Andrew works with top cybersecurity training program ThriveDX. Focused on closing the digital skills gap and training the next generation of cybersecurity professionals, ThriveDX is a leader in cybersecurity training and provides students of all skill levels the tools and knowledge to thrive in the growing field of tech.

Andrew graduated with his bachelor's degree in psychology and business management from George Mason University.

Andrew is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education Integrity Network.

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Read Andrew's Latest Articles

A Guide to Bootcamp Accrediting Organizations

May 4, 2022
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A Guide to the Best Coding Bootcamp Prep Programs

December 23, 2022
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The Best Online Coding Bootcamps of 2023: A Complete Guide

January 13, 2023
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A Guide to the 10 Best Coding and Programming Bootcamps

December 13, 2022
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The 10 Best Self-Paced Bootcamps 2023

December 13, 2022
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