Tech Tutors was established to help meet the evolving needs of kids and families in the Keweenaw during the COVID-19 crisis. Their goal is to provide resources for K-12 students to receive free virtual tutoring from the crazy smart students of Michigan Tech while exploring new topics in science, engineering, and the humanities and learn about career pathways.
David Shull joined handshake in 2014 as one of the founding team members. Since then he has gone on to the handshake’s University growth in the United States from five universities in 2004 To over 1000 universities, 17 million students and 500,000 global employers into 2020. Today David is leading handshake’s international expansion efforts in the United Kingdom and Europe. With a degree in Computer Science from Michigan Tech, David is passionate about the intersection of technology and education, and believes together we can be a powerful engine for social mobility.
The Copper Country Coders is a program that aims to provide education in Computer Science topics to local middle and high school students. Members of the help to put on weekly sessions that introduce these local students to new computing topics and programming concepts, which helps to develop their knowledge and skills in Computer Science.