Career Discovery for Students Underrepresented in the Arts and Technology Industries
Helping students bridge the gap between academia and industry.
This fall, Real Industry is bringing our programming to six new universities. We are launching a year-long pilot mentorship and micro-internship program with a goal of serving 600 students who are underrepresented at the intersection of arts and technology. Students will be matched with leading industry mentors who will guide them through a tailored micro-internship to help them discover potential career paths and build their networks. Each university will receive a $2k grant from Real Industry to join us in San Francisco for a 2 day summit to prepare for the program.
For three days, we are opening applications to universities who think they may be a good fit for this program. We are looking to partner with schools who:
Have a high concentration of women studying computer science, engineering, and business
Have a high concentration of underrepresented minorities across all technology studies
Your college or university is ranked #20 - 500+ according to US News & World Report Ranking