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Sullivan College of Technology and Design

Sullivan College of Technology and Design

Sullivan College of Technology and Design (formerly the Louisville Technical Institute) was founded in 1961 by George Dumbaugh, a professional engineer. Mr. Dumbaugh founded the technology school to repay a kindness extended to him by two individuals who helped him achieve his educational goals as a young man. Little did he realize that his helping hand would extend to thousands of students over the years.

Now, Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD) is accurately perceived as a dynamic, changing, growing college. Due to the nature of the business and technical community it serves, SCTD keeps abreast of industry needs to meet new technologies and high-tech demands.

Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar's Engineering Science Program mission is to provide a technically challenging, student-centered learning environment for women that emphasizes:  interdisciplinary education in mechanical and electrical systems, design as a fundamental element of engineering, hands-on approaches and experiential learning, and engineering solutions to human problems.

Sweet Briar engineering program graduates will

1. Enter and succeed in professional engineering practice or enroll and succeed in engineering graduate degree programs. 

2. Succeed in leadership positions in industry, academia or nonprofit organizations.

3. Be committed to using engineering and technology to improve the lives of others.

 

 
Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne University of Technology

At Swinburne they are passionate about excellence in higher education, vocational training and research. As an institution they are flexible in their teaching and learning, focused in their research and engaged with both industry and the community. They are committed to a sustainable Swinburne. They will ensure that Swinburne students have more options - from vocational learning through to postdoctoral studies. They will be one of the top ten research institutes in Australia. They will increase the number of their  world-class research facilities. They will be at the forefront of innovative, world-class research. They will increase their international partnerships both in Melbourne and offshore. They will increase the percentage of students gaining an international study experience. They will continue to prepare industry-ready graduates that can meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Symantec

Symantec

Diversity at Symantec embodies all the differences that make us unique individuals.  Just as their customer base is infinitely diverse, so is their workforce.  They believe a commitment to diversity and creating an inclusive work environment are the keys to unlocking every person's optimum potential. Their diversity is their greatest strength and is a business imperative tied directly to their bottom line. Symantec sponsors several NCWIT initiatives, including the NCWIT Student Seed Fund and NCWIT Aspirations in Computing.

  • Ruha Devanesan
Syracuse Student Sandbox

Syracuse Student Sandbox

The Syracuse Student Sandbox is a unique business incubator that gives aspiring student entrepreneurs the resources to make their visions a reality. The objective of the Sandbox is to accelerate the process of ideation, development and deployment through mentoring and coaching. The twelve week experiential based program has an end-goal of producing revenue generating entities or investment ready firms.

Syracuse University

Syracuse University

Syracuse University is driven by its vision, Scholarship in Action - a commitment to forging bold, imaginative, reciprocal, and sustained engagements with their many constituent communities, local as well as global. SU is a public good, an anchor institution positioned to play an integral role in today's knowledge-based, global society by leveraging a precious commodity - intellectual capital - with partners from all sectors of the economy: public, private, and non-profit. Each partner brings its strengths to the table, where collectively they address the most pressing problems facing their community. In doing so, they invariably find that the challenges they face locally resonate globally. Scholarship in Action captures a vital, historical strength of the Central New York region and the City of Syracuse, as well as the University. Their region has a treasured history of social innovation, having played a key role in abolitionism and the women's rights movement.

TaskRabbit

TaskRabbit

TaskRabbit connects friendly, reliable people in each neighborhood who can help get items on To-Do list done.  They take the task list, assign the person who bids the lowest price to each task and then pay for the service after it is finished.

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Tata Consultancy Services Limited

Tata Consultancy Services Limited is a leader in the global marketplace and among the top 10 technology firms in the world. Their continued rapid growth is a testament to the certainty their clients experience every day. Building on more than 40 years of experience, they add real value to global organizations through domain expertise plus solutions with proven success in the field and world-class service. 

 
  • Maura Thompson
Teach For America

Teach For America

Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates and professionals who commit to teach for two years in urban and rural public schools and become lifelong leaders in the effort to expand educational opportunity. The mission is to build the movement to eliminate educational inequity by enlisting our nation’s most promising future leaders in the effort. They currently place teachers in 43 regions and 31 states across the country.

  • Cullen WHite

TEALS

TEALS (Technology Education And Literacy in Schools) is a grassroots employee driven program that recruits, mentors, and places high tech professionals who are passionate about digital literacy and computer science education into high school classes as part-time teachers in a team teaching model where the school district is unable to meet their students' Computer Science needs on its own. 
 
  • Kevin Wang, Nathaniel Granor

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