Herzing-Madison Participates in IT Career Event for Middle & High School Youth
Herzing-Madison IT program chair Joseph Cann spoke with middle school and high school students about careers in information technology at the first-ever Spring Break Gaming and Coding Day on March 27, 2018.
Students had the opportunity to learn about computer coding, video gaming and related careers from a variety of exhibitors, including Acme Nerd Games, LLC, Filament Games, Gear Learning and Mad Marker Studios. Madison Mayor Paul Soglin also spoke about the importance of information technology both now and in the future.
The event was hosted by My Brother’s Keeper Madison, a partnership between the City of Madison, the Urban League of Greater Madison and 100 Black Men of Madison, which strives to improve access to opportunity for boys and young men of color in the Madison community.