LIFELONG LEARNING TO BECOME YOUR SUPERHERO SELF
Empowering Gen Z To Be What They Want to Be
Upskilling and providing tangible pathways and resources to diverse students enhanced by AI to support them to college or the workforce. Students get Experiential and Practical Knowledge for College Students with AI to match to Mentors and College Alumni and gamified workforce simulations. Students Resumes are gamified as a trading card that updates in real-time as you earn credentials and badges
Our Amazing Clients and Venture Investors
Gen Z Focused Colleges and Corporations and Venture capital investors
We are multi-generational Black Engineers committed to increasing diversity in universities. We are Dah-Varsity. Our App empowers diverse and disadvantaged students to become the Superhero versions of themselves and get to select Universities like Carnegie Mellon and MIT or pathway to sustainable careers in creative, hardware, software, manufacturing, or entrepreneurship. It’s based on our Black Superhero Father and Son co-founder duo. Father Damola Idowu enrolled at Syracuse University at 16 studying Mechanical Engineering and Economics. Son Wole Idowu enrolled at Carnegie Mellon University at 15 studying Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Shaping the Future of Work by Empowering STEAM Superheroes to tell their unique stories through video games.
LEARN ABOUT VARIOUS INDUSTRIES BY PLAYING THE DAH-VARSITY VIDEOGAME
Dah-Varsity can virtually simulate any industry. Here's what we have currently.
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The Media and Industry are Enamored with Toyz Electronics
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“Damola recognizes representation and access to cutting-edge technology as one of the biggest challenges to diversifying industries. Virtual reality equipment, for example, can be expensive and inaccessible. And, even if the technology is made accessible, there’s no guarantee that representative training is available.”
“The group is putting learning into overdrive at the Washington Auto Show”