Black Students Talk Tech

“Black Students Talk Tech” (BSTT) is an in-depth experience led by Black tech leaders for HBCU students. “Black Women Talk Tech,” an organization that provides a community for Black female founders and leaders of tech firms, established the program. They founded BSTT to ensure that pupils learn about business at a young age, realizing that information and relationships are typically barriers for Black entrepreneurs. These students can become the innovative professionals we need in the future generation if they have the correct foundation. BSTT was designed as a 6-week program that will take place every Saturday from January 8th to February 12th, 2022, in order to cover enough concepts. To qualify for the program you must be a  undergraduate HBCU student in their second or third year with a 2.5 GPA or above. 

Story Originally covered by “HBCUBUZZ”.

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