CREATE AWARENESS, AID, ENCOURAGE, AND GUIDE TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS WITH TECH SKILLS, SOFT SKILLS, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
CREATE A UNITY AND UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN STUDENTS IN STEM AND TECHNOLOGY.
Approximately 2 years ago, a former president of the organization came to TSU and reformed the organization with things he knew the students needed to be as competitive as any other technology student. With years of experience working in different technolgy fields/hubs and even more years of tech skills under his belt, Ike Orizu, along with many other passionate students, created introduction to different programming languages, code drills, tech talks, and major events such as Minorities in Silicon Valley and HackHouston. These programs lay the foundation of fulfilling our mission aimed at every minority and interested organization.
Why do we provide this? Passion
Our student board is filled with students who went through the motions and are now growing. They have first hand experience and understand the hardship of getting work done, getting out of their comfort zone, and growing personally and professionally. Our leaders create encourage everyone around them to become leaders and bring up the community. The process is not immediate, but the result has shown tremendous growth and very competitive graduates.
Many of our events and workshops are student organized, student driven, and supported by our college and community.
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