EDtech tours, has created a new program to bring high tech teachers to the community.
“I want educators to learn technology together as we offer free services to afterschool programs and libraries across the nation,” he said.
Based in the heart of Silicon Valley in Menlo Park and Palo Alto, Bryant has reached hundreds of students throughout the state. With a degree in Sociology, Social Change and Conflict from Notre Dame de Namur University, Bryant has combined his talents in innovation with education.
As a Makory Mentor at Stanford University Graduate School of Education, Bryant teaches students the art of profile building and project completion. Recently Bryant taught V., virtual reality, and coding at the Pushtech 2020 coding camp tour.
“Locally, at the Willie Keyes Community Center in West Oakland I taught about 100 students the basics of V.R. and coding,” he said. “It’s always great to see the students eyes light up as they learn new technologies.”
As the Lead Instructor for StreetCode, Bryant designed and implemented curriculum.
“I’ve also served as a technology instructor for Black Girls CODE teaching girls age 7 – 10 how to create a website with HTML and CSS,” he said.
The EdTech tours can be found on Facebook. The donation-based program is open for donations: HERE
Next to his love of technology, Bryant also has a passion for helping dogs and pet parents. With his company WYD services, Bryant has created a new Black-owned dog walking service currently offering services in East Palo Alto with plans to expand in 2020 throughout the Peninsula.
“My first dog walking experience was in the 3rd grade,” he said. “I was very shy and was unable to make friends. I complained to teachers and to parents so they came up with the idea that I would walk their dog during recess and lunch. Ever since, I had a passion to help dogs and pet parents.”
Bryant says that he hopes to inspire and teach more children of color about turning their creativity in to a dream job or company. For more information visit: WYD dog walking services