In the fifth episode of IOScholarships Superheroes Podcast, we will be sharing information on how to apply and win scholarships, and how to make STEM education fun. Kevin Cam is a Northeastern Computer Science Major Graduating in 2023. In his Freshman year, he joined a salsa/bachata dance club, Kaliente, and a student led software development club called Sandbox, This summer Kevin is joining Microsoft working as an intern. on their Microsoft Authentication Library.
In the fourth episode of IOScholarships Superheroes Podcast, we will be sharing information on the challenges faced by Black women in STEM, how to overcome those obstacles, and how to pursue your dreams as a student of color. Dayani is passionate about helping others and hopes to go to medical school to continue impacting others in her community. Apply today for IOScholarships!
In the third episode of IOScholarships Superheroes Podcast, we will be sharing information on how to land your dream internship in the financial industry and things you need to know if you are interested in the FinTech field. Sebastián Rojas is passionate about technology, mentorship and professional development and hope to continue impacting others throughout his career. He obtained his bachelor of science in business administration with a major in information systems and a minor in economics from the University of Florida, Warrington College of Business.
In the second episode of IOScholarships Superheroes Podcast we share information on how to apply and win scholarships. We also dive into the field of robotics with Nelson Badillo, a senior studying Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in robotics at the University of Notre Dame, who will be sharing his challenges and opportunities as a Latino college student in STEM working at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
In the first episode of IOScholarships Superheroes Podcast, we will be sharing information on how to look and apply for scholarships, and things you need to know while pursuing a career in STEM. Our IO Scholar, Ian Agrela de Freitas, who graduated with a degree in computer science at Florida International University will be sharing his challenges and opportunities as a Latino college graduate in STEM.