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Mt. Hood Community College teams up with iUrbanTeen on iCode Class
Getting teens interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) – related classes can be difficult, especially so for teens who lack access to vital pieces of technology, such as to computers or the internet. Since 2011, iUrban Teen, a national non-profit organization, has enrolled low-income minority teens in an effort to engage them in STEM programs through a hands-on approach.
iUrban Teen Featured in INC Magazine
These five organizations are digging deeper to discover exciting tech talent outside the Valley.
iUrban Teen on OregonLive
iUrban Teen Tech Tour featured on Oregon Live: iUrban Teen day at Intel encourages non-traditional STEM learners to consider tech careers.
iUrban Teen Summit on OPB
Our latest iUrban Teen Summit, held yesterday at the University of Portland, was covered by Amelia Templeton from OPB. You can read her article here: Portland Summit Sparks Interest In Science, Tech For African-American Teens.
Black Enterprise Magazine Innovator of the Week
Black Enterprises acknowledges the iUrban Teen Founder as Innovator of the Week for the iUrban Teen Program and it’s mission.