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Host Heather Abraham is chatting with Damola and Wole Idowu, a father and son duo inspiring kids to learn the STEAM subjects through video game superheroes!
At first glance, Da Great Deity Dah might look like an action figure — but his superpower is that he is starting a revolution in the way our workforce is trained.
Damola Idowu wants to see more Black engineers, and plans to employ his company’s app and the appeal of superheroes to make it happen.
Meet the team empowering diverse and disadvantaged students to find rewarding careers.
Location: Swartz Center CMU Date: July 19, 2019 Description: On July 19th, 2019 Toyz Electronics held a workshop at Carnegie Mellon University Swartz Center with Sam’s program. We invited students from 11th and 12th grades and we had over 50 students engaged in two sessions for them to gain exposure to exciting introductions to STEAM.
https://toyzelectronics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/TOYZSTEAM-GIRL-SCOUTS-WORKSHOP-BNY.mp4#t=1 Date: November 16, 2019 Description: On November 16, 2019. Toys Electronics hosted a workshop with the scouts of Western Pennsylvania women in tech. Toys electronics was able to conduct interactive experiences for the Girl Scouts. The young girls scouts were encouraged and empowered to tell their own story, create their own avatars and brainstorm
Date: December 9, 2021 Description: Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Homewood CEC, the community engagement center, 70+ students got a variety of exposure to different areas of gaming coding. Storytelling robotics advanced manufacturing and also heard from the entrepreneurs behind Toyz Electronics. They were able to learn about career connections, animation, and gaming robotics.
Location: Penn State New Kensington Date: May 21, 2022 Description: Toyz Electronics presented the Dah-Varsity app and the superhero rap concept to students from the New Kensington area of western Pennsylvania onMay 21, 2022. Damola and Wole shared their entrepreneurial journey and how they developed their game and application. Students were able to learn and
Location: Swartz Center, Carnegie Mellon University Date: May 26, 2022 Description: We are so excited to have AP CS high school students from Nazareth Prep High School come to visit us in Swartz Center at Carnegie Mellon University! Students experimented with Dah-Varsity and this gave us a chance to hear what they think.By the end