Hello from the Tech-Prize team!
Join us for another “Founders Night Out”!
Event Description/Attendance Info
IMPORTANT: This is an In-person Event Only.
Topic: Networking and open discussion about the Microsoft TEALS Program
Date: Wednesday, October 18th, 6:00-8:00 PM, program starts at 6:30
IMPORTANT: Location has Changed:
Picture Me Creative & Event Space at 546 State Street, Racine WI
Who Should Attend:
- Tech enthusiasts interested in finding out what TEALS is.
- Aspiring entrepreneurs how the TEALS Program can help them.
- Anyone curious about the Microsoft TEALS Program.
Secure your spot by registering at the Tech-Prize EventBrite page. Limited seats are available, so act fast!
Kahina Cargile provides the Keynote address. Join us for an interactive and informative session to empower you so you can understand what the Microsoft TEALS Program is all about. Technology Education and Learning Support (TEALS) is a Microsoft Philanthropies program that builds sustainable computer science (CS) programs in high schools.
About the Speaker:
Kahina Cargile is from Chicago, IL but has been a resident in Milwaukee, WI for 4 years. Kahina is currently the Regional Manager for the State of Wisconsin and North Dakota for the Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program. Her background is in higher education where she focused on college and career access for underserved youth. Kahina received her Bachelor of Science from Marquette University, where she majored in Marketing, and received a Masters of Management from Robert Morris University Chicago, with a concentration in Higher Education. Kahina is passionate about supporting those of minority and underrepresented communities to progress and accomplish great things, moving the community forward. She serves on several boards and committees for nonprofit organizations, volunteers regularly, and is a Rotary Club Member. In her spare time, Kahina enjoys cooking, trying new recipes, and binge-watching new TV shows with her husband.
A Special Thanks to our Sponsors & Donors
We also want to make sure we share a big “Thank You” for the many sponsors & partners for their commitment to our community. By coming together, we can and will re-engineer our future. This will happen through the excitement and involvement each of us personally generates as the process grows.
Here’s to Innovation!
The leadership teams for Tech-Prize,
Gateway College, UW Parkside & the City of Racine
For more information about Tech-Prize, visit: www.Tech-Prize.org/About