Community impact requires trust, collaboration, and determination to create opportunities for all.

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of Black professionals occupy roles in tech space, despite making up 13% of the overall labor force, 2022 report found.

Our community’s responsibility is to change this reality by dismantling common obstacles that can limit minority students in their personal, educational, and professional pursuits.


The BLK Men in Tech Scholars program is designed to support the community in this effort by equipping future Black leaders with the resources they need to progress their education and establish a meaningful career.

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Eligibility Requirements: Candidates must be currently enrolled as a graduating High School Senior or a College Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior majoring in a technology-related field of study.

Award: Scholarship recipients will receive an $1,000 educational award.


The ClassroomS.P.A.C.E initiave serves to meet and enhance the educational supply needs of educators and classrooms located in historically excluded communities. We believe that education is a right, not a privilege, and we strive to ensure that every student has access to the tools they need to succeed in school and beyond.

Community Service

We're all about making a difference in the community. By volunteering our time to support organizations and causes that are making a difference in our communities is pivotal to all our success.


Located on the campus of Florida Memorial University, a Historically Black College/University (HBCU), this innovation hub is designed to develop a talent pipeline and engage the community through technology. This space encourages collaboration and innovation to bring about positive change in our communities.