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ABOUT THIS EVENT
Join us for our August 2021 Virtual NY Tech Meetup! This month we will be showcasing student projects from 2 local STEM and technology programs.
Come for the networking, watch these amazing students present, and support their amazing programs in their mission to connect the next generation to the tech ecosystem.
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5:30 PM - Networking
5:45 PM - Program Begins
6:30 PM - Program Ends/More Networking via Hio!
Andy Saldaña, Executive Director, NY Tech Alliance
Yvonne de la Pena, Director, BridgeUp:STEM
About the Student Programs:
AMERICAN ON TECH
America On Tech is an award-winning, early pipeline technology talent accelerator on a mission to prepare the next generation of leaders by creating pathways into degrees and careers in technology. To date, we have worked with more than 2,500+ students by leveraging the time, talent and expertise of software engineers and developers to teach our tuition-free courses and help provide work-based internship and learning programs to promote the advancement of underrepresented students into technology. Founded in 2014, AOT’s work has been featured in Forbes, CNN, The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, BET and other leading publications. AOT has also been awarded by Forbes 30 Under 30, Wells Fargo and the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office.Program Ends/ More Networking
BridgeUP: STEM is an ambitious initiative designed to bridge the gender and opportunity gaps in computational science for girls and young women as well as boys and girls from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Hosted at the Museum through generous support from the Helen Gurley Brown Revocable Trust, BridgeUP: STEM has developed a distinct identity in the landscape of computer science education by embedding programming in the context of scientific research and communication to support participants’ college and career goals. The BridgeUP:STEM programs include a tuition-free intensive multi-year Brown Scholars program for high school girls and the Helen Fellowship, a one-year post-baccalaureate fellowship for women.
- August 11, 2021 at 5:30pm – 7:30pm
New York City, NY
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- Andy Saldana