2018 Tour Schedule
Black Tech Week
February 6-10th | Miami, FL
BlackTech Week is a minority centric ecosystem building festival based in Miami. BlackTech Week partners with founders, corporations, and the community to create a valuable six-day national experience for investors, entrepreneurs, and techies of every kind.
Prairie View A&M University
February 8th | Prairie View, TX
The Prairie View A&M Spring Career Fair gives us the opportunity to meet with students in an informal setting to offer more information about job and internship opportunities offered by cryptocurrency and blockchain start-ups
Africa Tech Summit
February 14-15th | Kigali, Rwanda
Africa Tech Summit Kigali supported by Rwandan Ministry for ICT provides unrivalled insight, networking and business opportunities for African and international tech leaders and investors who want to drive growth in Africa. The two day African tech event will explore the latest trends, connect 250+ key stakeholders from across the continent through keynotes, breakout sessions and networking events.
CIAA Career Expo
March 1st | Charlotte, NC
The CIAA Career Expo is designed to provide employers, recruitment officers, and graduate school recruiters the opportunity to meet current students, recent graduates, and career switchers from the CIAA member-schools and other universities of the Charlotte area.
February 22nd | Baton Rouge, LA
The Southern University A&M Spring Career Fair gives us the opportunity to meet with students in an informal setting to offer more information about job and internship opportunities offered by cryptocurrency and blockchain start-ups
February 28th | Washington, DC
Howard University's ALL Majors fair attracts over 150 employers and is designed to provide students and alumni from all classifications and majors, access to various employment opportunities from the private sector, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, government agencies and contractors.
HBCU @ SXSW
March 9-12th | Austin, TX
Over the course of three days, minority students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI’s) and Predominantly White Institutions (PWI’s) will experience all that SXSW has to offer. Students will also participate in a technology and entrepreneurship ecosystem onboarding boot camp and opening reception on Friday, March 10 on the campus of Huston-Tillotson, panels on coding, entrepreneurship and STEAM on March 11 and direct engagement with university recruiters throughout the entire weekend.
March 21-25th | Pittsburgh, PA
On March 21–25, 2018, over 10,000 current and future engineers will convene at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for professional and leadership development, technical training, networking, and job opportunities. The National Society of Black Engineers convention provides access to highly qualified, motivated Black students and professionals from diverse backgrounds and levels of experience in all engineering disciplines.