North Carolina Central University summer offerings give aspiring computer scientists and technicians early-learning experiences in science, technology, engineering and math to bridge the gap in STEM education.

Forty-five students from historically black colleges and universities joined NCCU’s School of Business for the Google Computer Science Summer Institute, where students learned computer science fundamentals under the direction of Google engineers.

Also with the support of faculty from the School of Business, 40 area high school students participated in the Rainbow PUSH Summer Tech Camp hosted by Microsoft in partnership with the Citizenship Education Fund of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and members of the university faculty.

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Originally published Aug 30, 2019.