It began in May, when North Carolina A&T State University computer science students Paul Hammond and Lusenii Kromah connected about their upcoming internships at Silicon Valley technology companies. Lusenii, a
by Kyle Walcott of Blavity Through the support of this powerful organization, students are becoming equipped with the tools necessary to combat the lack of minority representation in tech. Over
We have been hosting the UNCF HBCU Innovation Summit in Silicon Valley for the past three years. Our data indicates a clear upward trend. The results are both positive and gratifying.
February, 22, 2016 UNCF hosted a webinar with Jopwell on Learn best practices from dope members of Jopwell’s team who are here to better connect you to Tech.
Powered by Career Communications Group Tech Changes in 2016 By USBE Tech observers said this week Twitter has plans to change its personality. The 140-character limit of the online social
Check out 2015 HBCU Innovation Summit Fellow, Richard Taylor Medium Post! Please share 64 HBCU students went to Silicon Valley The week before Thanksgiving, I was fortunate enough to attend
United Negro College Fund (UNCF), General Assembly & Capital Cause partnered with Thursday Network, NSBE-DC, and BPRS-DC to host the Young, Black and Innovative Reception- a kick off for Congressional
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