Each spring 15 students travel from Michigan Tech to the world hub of start-ups and entrepreneurs–Silicon Valley. This eye-opening experience focuses on immersing students in real companies, with real players, and the current challenges they face.
The trip to Silicon Valley takes place during Spring Break (March 8-14). Visits with entrepreneurs, inventors, managers and companies including Brocade, Cisco and Google will provide students with a first-hand understanding of technology built enterprises that are revolutionizing global business.
Brocade is once again sponsoring the trip bringing the cost to $300 per person including airfare, hotel accommodations with breakfast each morning and transportation throughout the duration of the trip.
This trip is open to all Michigan Tech students. Please pass the information along. Student participation is based on a two-minute interview on “Why you want to work and live in Silicon Valley.” If students are interested in participating, please have them email Karen Foltz at email@example.com. They will be assigned interview times starting at 4 p.m., on Dec. 5.
Published in Tech Today.