Kudos to NJ Tech Companies who Encourage STEM Education
NJTechWeekly.com is encouraging the continued involvement of N.J. tech companies in STEM education initiatives. We've covered some great efforts including robotics competitions, internship opportunities, Governor's School involvement and other activities by NJ companies. Now AT&T has donated $250,000 to develop a programming curriculum at a Newark school that can be replicated throughout the nation.
Tech Companies: Time for More Entrepreneurial Training: Rutgers and GNEC
If you’ve been thinking about getting entrepreneurial training, now is the time to take advantage of some great opportunities, NJTechWeekly.com believes. Several programs will be getting underway shortly and are still accepting participants.
Jersey Cool - Tech Meetup in Hoboken, NJ
Slade Kobran, a strategic marketing executive, attended his first NJ Tech Meetup recently, and these are some of the lessons he learned.
Opinion: Will They All Leave New Jersey? Should They? Will They Come Back?
NJTechWeekly.com attended several demo days recently and had a chance to talk to the young entrepreneurs showing off their startup ideas. As we spoke to these companies, we had the idea that many of them will not be staying in N.J. We want to keep them here.
NJ’s Business Incubators: Tremendous Resource for Tech, Clean-Energy Startup Companies
NJTechWeekly.com is providing a list of business incubators that house tech, digital tech, medical tech and green energy companies. These business incubators can be tremendous resources for tech startups, and many young companies are unaware of these New Jersey facilities and resources.