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These guys built an app to help minorities land jobs in tech ... and it's attracting a lot of attention

Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams are co-founders of an unusual job hunting site called Jopwell and it all started when they became friends while working at Goldman Sachs, jobs they took straight of college. They quickly discovered they had a similar interest: mentoring other young black people when they joined the large prestigious finance firm. "At our old company, we were not part of the official diversity team.
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