Transforming the Classroom
"Partnerships...are very important. They are the glue that is going to help our education system change."
While there are many jobs popping up in the fields of technology, many teens of color are unable to get on board. These students sometimes lack the resources and opportunities to build their skills. From a high school internship to a successful STEM school, Trish Millines Dziko shares how their organization used partnerships to start giving kids the opportunity to chart their own career by letting them be in charge of their own learning.
Trish Millines Dziko is the Founder and CEO of Technology Access Foundation, a nonprofit organization that equips teens of color for success in college and in life by providing them a STEM education. Trish was one of our seven Ignite speakers at our Spring Meeting. Be sure to check out Mark Halloway's story too.