- Your Path to Tech event introduces new students to computer science, information sciences and technologyAugust 28, 2023
New students heard from accomplished speakers, practiced skills in workshops, and connected with both academic advisors and peer mentors at the Your Path to Tech event on August 18. Event organizers aimed to welcome women interested in tech and set them up for success in coming years.
- February 13, 2023
During winter break, fifty-three George Mason students participated in three-week micro-internships via Break Through Tech DC’s Sprinternship program.
- October 6, 2022
Break Through Tech George Mason sent a group to the Grace Hopper conference from September 20 to September 23. Students learned, networked, and even secured interviews for internships and jobs.
- July 20, 2022
The 2022 Break Through Tech DC summer Guild program at George Mason took place in June. Students from underrepresented backgrounds had a chance to do a deeper dive into their computing education and career paths through Guild.
- June 13, 2022
Britney Aiken, recent information technology grad, says joining the Break Through Tech program at George Mason allowed her to be surrounded by like -minded people who are just as interested in engineering as she is.
- May 27, 2022
Brenda Henriquez, a brand-new computer science graduate as of May, says she always had George Mason University on her radar. She reflects on her time in Break Through Tech and the accomplishments made along the way.
- March 10, 2022
Break Through Tech at George Mason University will be accepting applications starting Friday for its Guild program, which runs from June 6 to June 10.
- February 14, 2022
George Mason University students used their winter break as a chance to gain valuable professional experience through the Break Through Tech Sprinternship program.
- January 21, 2022
CEC Diversity Associate Mercadi Crawford makes sure that--no matter who they are--all Break Through Tech students know a STEM career is possible with the right education, resources, and opportunities.
- August 25, 2021
As a child growing up in Mumbai, Vinee Moradiya loved to cook. But when her uncle inspired her to pursue an education in computer science, she was eager to follow suit.