More than one hundred students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) gathered recently in Silicon Valley for UNCF’s HBCU Innovation Summit. UNCF is the nation’s largest minority education organization focused on increasing the total number of African American college graduates by helping them move “to and through” college.
Lowe’s Innovation Labs participated in the event created to attract diverse students to the technology field.
Steven Radney, LIL Senior Producer, led a tech workshop designed to engage students by helping them map a career path that would allow them to succeed in the tech-workforce. Students gained insight on how to develop prototypes into products and implement innovative design processes.
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