Teza, a global technology firm, funded STEM CampUs Chicago for the second consecutive year, as part of a multi-year commitment to STEM education. “With evidence pouring in that we need to engage kids in after school programming, I am thrilled that we have deepened our level of involvement with this outstanding organization,” said Misha Malyshev, CEO and Founder and ASAS National Board Member.
STEM CampUs included career exploration field-trip experiences to Microsoft, Teza Technologies and the McCormick Foundation. Students learned computer coding and built their own websites through a new website creation challenge from Mozilla Foundation and even developed apps and business plans which they presented to a panel of judges from Teza Technologies, the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Public Schools.
Thank you Teza for investing in our students’ college and career success!