ICE in the News

UNCF HBCU Innovation Summit Opens Silicon Valley Doors to Talented Students (10/18/17)
“The HBCU Innovation Summit helped me tremendously last year,” said second-year summit scholar Breonna July, a rising senior and computer science major at Spelman College. “For the first time, I was surrounded by a large group of like-minded, minority, computer science-focused scholars. It made me acutely aware of my role as a black woman in technology. The summit also influenced me to realize how critical internships are in cultivating career pathways. I interned with Dell this past summer and look forward to forging new relationships in Silicon Valley at this fall’s summit.” >> Read More

HBCUs Join Silicon Valley Tech Companies for UNCF’s Fourth Annual HBCU ICE Summit (11/14/16)
Fifty-three students and 19 faculty members representing more than 30 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) will visit nearly a dozen Silicon Valley/Bay Area corporations this week as UNCF hosts the fourth annual HBCU ICE (innovation, commercialization and entrepreneurship) Summit. The goal of the four-day summit is to empower African American students—most of whom are computer science, engineering and information technology majors—to chart their career paths within the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. >> Read More