These five deserve as much credit as anyone for getting CODE2040 off to a great start. Alex, Amy, Chazz, Kaleb, and Yuri made up our pilot class of the CODE2040 Fellows Program. They were amazing interns at their companies and made the most of every networking event, coaching session, and speaker visit over the summer. Their ideas and feedback helped shape the summer program in 2012 and those to come. We're grateful to them for taking a chance on an unknown program and then working tirelessly in the first summer to make it awesome! You can become a Fellow too! Apply at apply.code2040.org.
Hailing from Detroit, MI, Alexandria Cattron is a graduate of Stanford University. She received her BS in Computer Science with a concentration in Human-Computer Interaction. At Stanford, she worked on projects involving the Microsoft Kinect including a gesture-based navigation system and a full-body animation storytelling game. Alexandria is passionate about creating software that fulfills users’ needs and is easy to use. She hopes to discover a new design opportunity that leads her to found her own startup. Currently, she is a software engineer at eGain where she is working on the company’s newest web applications. She is also working on a side project with her cousin in the mobile app space.
These 18 top computer science students followed in the footsteps of last year's pilot class of five fellows in a 10-week program of mentorship, leadership training, and network development. We were thrilled to have some familiar, and some new host companies provide the CODE2040 fellows with the opportunity to work on mission-critical projects. You can become a Fellow too! Apply at apply.code2040.org.
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