As many of our readers know InfoTrust takes community service and corporate responsibility very seriously. When we heard TechOlympics Expo 2013 was looking for corporate sponsors to help local students who wanted to attend but simply could not afford all or part of the $150 registration fee, we didn’t hesitate before jumping on the opportunity to donate.
TechOlympics is an inter-school Olympics-style technology competition where students compete to win the INTERalliance Cup. Competitions include speed texting, speed keyboarding, speed coding, Hacker Heaven, Mindstorms NXT Robotics Challenge, the Science Olympiad, a QR Code scavenger hunt, and many more. There are also many college reps in attendance answering questions as well as trade show-style sponsor exhibits with booths to meet dozens of local companies and ask them questions. There are even life-transforming breakout sessions with topics including resume building, how to start your own business, master classes in how to code, and future views from top industry visionaries. Put simply, for anyone interested in technology this is the place to be!
That said, TechOlympics 2013 is still looking for corporate sponsors to help students cover the three day, two night, all meals-included event at the Cincinnati Millennium Hotel. If you would consider joining us in donating to this great cause, visit www.interalliance.org/donate, or send a check or money order to:
INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati
10920 Alliance Road, Cincinnati OH 45242.
As INTERalliance explains on their website, “Thank you for investing in Cincinnati’s future by sponsoring one of our deserving young students!”