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Google hosts Tech Slam intersecting everyday life with STEAM and CS

On one of the most beautiful days of fall, 250 students from Oakland, San Francisco, Mountain View and the surrounding areas descended on Google’s Sunnyvale campus for Tech Slam-an interactive experience “exploring how STEAM and computer science can take many forms in our everyday lives, specifically in the sports industry.” The industry event was sponsored by Google, The Hidden Genius Project, Warriors Community Foundation, and TEAM-Tech & Access Through Mentoring. 

At check-in students received a swag bag with a passport map guiding them through interactive stations from Daydream Google VR, Glover Center VR, Jacquard by Google Levis Jacket, Kick’N It, and EA Games and other exhibitors.

Google’s Daraiha Green and Justine Steele opened the Halftime remarks where SVP David Drummond announced The Hidden Genius Project as the recipient of a million-dollar award. The Hidden Genius Project “trains and mentors Black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skill…

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