STEM City USA to set the final push for GSV Cup – US Black Engineer
Career Communications Group announced that STEM City USA has activated the waiting list for the GSV Cup. Over 170 top judges from global venture capital firms assess GSV Cup nominees through a review process focused on people, product, potential, predictability and purpose. The GSV Cup is a call for early stage Educational Technology (EdTech) startups to apply to be one of the âElite 200â presenters at the ASU + GSV 2022 Summit April 4-6, 2022 in San Diego and Virtually.
Founded and powered by Career Communications Group, STEM City USA, which will mark its first anniversary in February, builds on best practices from Career Communications Group’s BEYA and Women of Color STEM conferences, both of which operate in digital twin environments. . STEM City USA offers unparalleled educational opportunities as well as diverse applications of digital learning, skills and teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
âEven before the pandemic, there was a digital divide,â said Tyrone Taborn, CEO of Career Communications Group and President of STEM City USA, âPeople in underserved communities do not have access to broadband, hardware and meaningful digital content and training, while the other US has access to high-speed internet, computers, and iPads in the office, school, home, and coffee shops. new day has arrived with STEM City USA, a city in the sky. â
In the STEM City USA metaverse, content is delivered digitally and via live events, which are distributed to communities within STEM City USA. They include:
- STEM city public school
- STEM City Health and Technonutrition
- The STEM City Career Center
- STEM City seminars
- High-tech Sunday
The STEM City USA team plans to join other entrepreneurs in San Diego as âElite 200â semi-finalists at the ASU + GSV 13.0 Summit on April 4. Career Communications Group promotes STEM City USA to reach, engage and retain diverse audiences by exposing them to new employment opportunities, career paths and positive role models in STEM fields.