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Presented by Patrick M. Gusman and Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2 Students during panel discussion: Innovative Programs to Reach Youth at Do Something Better - A …

Presented by Patrick M. Gusman and Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2 Students during panel discussion: Innovative Programs to Reach Youth at Do Something Better - A Nonprofit Technology Summit.

Do Something Better - A Nonprofit Technology Summit was hosted by Connect.DC - the DC Office of the Chief Technology Officer's (OCTO) digital inclusion program, national nonprofit EveryoneOn and the Mayor's Office of Partnerships and Grant Services (OPGS) at Arena Stage in Washington, DC on March 25, 2014.

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  • 1. Startup Middle School (SUMS) Presented by: Patrick M. Gusman and Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2 Students March 2014
  • 2. BRIDGING THE OPPORTUNITY DIVIDE
  • 3. 1%Percentage of Black entrepreneurs that received tech investments in 2010. Racial Composition of VC-Backed Founders vs. Census (Jan 30-June 2010) Source: CB Insights White Black Asian 77% 87% 11% 1% 4% 12% U.S. Population (18+) Founders Blacks and Latinos are <3% of the entire Silicon Valley tech workforce, <1% of all tech start-up entrepreneurs, and even less are in cutting-edge disruptive technologies. Challenge = Creating Pipelines for Diverse Talent in the Innovation Economy
  • 4. Challenge = Ensuring Schools Create a Pipeline 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 Computer Science Calculus Physics Biology Chemistry Students Passing College Board AP Exams in the NY and VA Blacks NY Blacks VA Latinos NY Latinos VA Whites NY Whites VA
  • 5. Solution: Entrepreneurship
  • 6. Solution: JOBS
  • 7. Solution: Venture Capital
  • 8. Way Forward = Startup Middle School 3-Step Plan 1. Training and Education: Create a sustainable pipeline of early- stage masters in innovative technologies from underrepresented backgrounds 2. Mentorship: Connect diverse C-suite leaders to top youth talent 3. Entrepreneurship: Link schools to Innovation Ecosystems (internships and apprenticeships)
  • 9. In School: Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2
  • 10. Innovation Afternoons Google Glass Day
  • 11. Summer Program: http://www.startupmiddleschool.com/summer-camps/
  • 12. (SUMS) in Schools, After-School, and Summer Programs Startup Middle School (SUMS) Global Innovation, Leadership & Technology Curriculum TEDX, Next Generation Learning & Social Media Platforms Global Network of Mentors & Coaches Innovation Competitions & Field Trips Teacher Training Parent Engagement Youth Innovation Spaces (Labs, Incubators, & Museums) Research & Development Hub
  • 13. Student Solutions to Today’s Problems
  • 14. Trash Tracker • Trash Tracker is a way to make the lives of trash men and house owners easier. • With the app you can just put the trash on the curb on any day, go on the app and push the “Take Out My Trash” button, and your local trash men will be notified knowing that on their pick-up date they will go to your address and pick up your trash. • It makes it easier on the trash men because on Monday morning, it’s exhausting having to go to every house in the area to get trash that might not even be there in some houses. • This is helpful because this can reduce they amount of pollution as well. By making sure trash isn’t just sitting on the curb for a full week maybe even two, we are reducing our carbon foot print. By: Xavier Manning
  • 15. Newz Connect Problem: • The problem that our app deals with is the fact that most people in communities don’t learn about problems or events until it spreads around through gossip. Solution: • Our app will allow those people to have quick access to the hyper local information to check up on their loved ones or learn about fun events. By: Mika Mathurin
  • 16. InstaTrainer Problem: • America has an obesity problem. Obesity means having too much body fat. It is not the same as being overweight which means weighing too much. • Another problem with the American diet is it is way too many much high calorie foods. These foods often lead to diabetes, heart problems, and many other diseases. Solution: • InstaTrainer will help you lose weight and build your body. • When you put in your info, a schedule will be created. • Or if you want to just want to work out you can click on the particular part of your body you want to work on. It also will give you nutrition suggestions, daily workouts, music suggestions and all necessities to do a particular workout. By: Miles Peterson
  • 17. Contact Information Point of Contact: Patrick M. Gusman, Co-Founder Website: www.startupmiddleschool.org Twitter: @startupmiddle Facebook: www.facebook.com/StartupMiddleSchool Email: startupmiddleschool@gmail.com