Tech Era Works with Melton Fellows to Solve 3:1 Student-Computer ratio in Rural Schools in Ghana

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Tech-Era participated in the 2017 Melton Foundation Global Citizenship Conference in Ghana under the theme “What is the role of a global citizen in a world that is in flux?” Ashesi University College hosted this year’s Global Citizenship Conference and Tech-Era was privileged to partake in its two-day design thinking session. These sessions were aimed […]

Changing Narratives: Joyce Boatemaa Osei-Tutu, Head of Finance Graduates with Summa Cum Laude

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Some students refrain from immersing themselves in their communities because they fear of not being able to keep up with academic performance. Joyce Boatemaa Osei-Tutu, a dedicated member of Tech Era who head the finance team, has changed the narrative and has proven that it is possible to remain committed to serving your community while […]

Gender misrepresentation: A Luxury we cannot afford in STEM

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“We need all hands on deck, and that means clearing hurdles for women and girls as they navigate careers in science, technology, engineering and math” -Michelle Obama Tech Era is dedicated to the principle that women are indispensable in facilitating technological advancements just as much as facts are indispensable in science or engineering in the […]

I am the Solution to Africa’s Challenges and I will become greater than Dr. Sarfo Kantanka. Meet George, an 18 Year old who looks forward to change the narrative of Africa with his inventions

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George Sarfo Addo is a Tech Era beneficiary who believes he has the solution to Africa’s challenges with his Inventions and will become even greater than Dr. Sarfo Kantanka. One will say it is a coincidence he is also called Sarfo. George believes he is inspired to do more by the name he has. George […]