From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

From Spelman to Microsoft

Early Exposure

Via a comprehensive multi-stacked methodology, OHUB fuels early exposure and engagement, accelerated technology, technical sales and entrepreneurship bootcamps and courses, work placement, ground up startup ecosystem building and early stage investment programs from the ground up on college and university campuses across America and beyond.

For many socially disadvantaged communities, early exposure to the opportunities of the future are the difference makers that shifts the economic trajectory of their lives.

Today, thousands of college students and growing have joined OHUB to level up their technical (coding) and non-technical (sales, marketing, business) skills, access careers in tech, identify startup resources and access exclusive investment opportunities reserved for the affluent.

Our current college programs are OHUB@Campus and HBCU@SXSW.


HBCU@SXSW as captured in this USAToday article is an early exposure program of Opportunity Hub.

Each year, major corporations, tech companies, startups, ecosystem builders, influencers and foundations sponsor HBCU@SXSW so that top African American and Latinx technology and business talent from our nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI’s), Tribal Colleges and Predominantly White Institutions (PWI’s) with intentional diversity initiatives can gain the necessary immersive exposure, interactive learning opportunities and direct access to paid summer internships or permanent jobs in the innovation economy that are afforded by attending SXSW.

HBCU@SXSW is apart of South by SouthWest (SXSW), the largest interactive technology conference and festival on the planet. In 2015, more than 84,385 attendees experienced amazing keynotes, hundreds of panels and exclusive networking opportunities that provide buzz-generating exposure and opportunities to engage with decision makers in the innovation economy.

In 2016, we sponsored 50 college students to go to SXSW. In 2017, 100 students from 41 colleges and universities attended. Ninety (90%) of the students that attend are placed in paid summer internships or permanent jobs. In 2018, 125 students form 60 colleges and universities attended. OHUB is working with its employer partners and Apple One to hire all students, including the total pool of applicants.

OHUB is working diligently to increase this number to 500 students. Please review our 2018 sponsorship proposal. Current sponsors include MailChimp, Capital One, Comcast, Chick-fil-A, Facebook, Oculus, Microsoft, Southwire, Deloitte, Booz Allen Hamilton and more. Twitter, LinkedIn & Uber are sponsors too.

OHUB has also secured Maggie Mae's and The JW Marriott for a 3 day #OHUBHouse activation that will feature daily programming, including our six official panels, networking events, receptions and most importantly, provide a safe space for our students, sponsors, speakers, founder, investors, stakeholders and allies to interact, engage and excel while at SXSW.



Less than 2% of African Americans, Latinx Americans, and American Indians are represented in tech today. Less than 1% of the $85+ billion in angel and venture capital that many high growth technology companies access to startup and grow goes to founders from these communities.

The average net worth of an African American family is less than $17,000 compared to $171,000 of the average white American family. Additionally, most Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI's), Tribal Colleges and Predominately White Institutions (PWI's) are located in cities that don’t have growing technology companies that are hiring or a thriving startup community that is creating jobs and multi-generational wealth for its stakeholders.

Even for those schools that are located in cities that have growing innovation economies, their access to these tech hubs is nascent or non-existent.


To address these systemic challenges, Opportunity Hub has launched OHUB@CAMPUS as a branded platform to provide colleges and universities and their respective administrators, faculty and students with the exposure, knowledge, opportunities, connections and tools to effective launch a technology and startup ecosystem from the ground up, thereby connecting them to the global innovation, entrepreneurship and investment economy.


Campus License & Branding. OHUB will license its globally respected brand to the school for the purpose of launching a technology and startup entrepreneurship ecosystem on campus for students, alumni and the surrounding community.

Listing. Campus listing on our website and ecosystem mobile application as a trusted safe space to learn, engage and connect in the innovation economy regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation.

Monthly Programming. Delivery of a quality live webcast event each month to include exclusive presentations and conversations from diverse and inclusive technologists, recruiters, innovators, entrepreneurs, and investors on high demand technology careers, high growth startup entrepreneurship and multi-generational wealth creation.

Campus Chapter. Ability to establish and operate an official student chapter of Opportunity Hub on campus.

Technology Recruiter Network. Access to a global network of recruiters at technology and funded startup companies.

CodeStart. Collaboration on launching an end to end industry staffed coding and entrepreneurship bootcamp as apart of school's accredited curriculum or continuing education programs. OHUB@Campus discount applied.

Joint Venture. Joint venture on offering OHUB’s African American Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Investment textbook and college course (available Fall 2018).

Investor Syndicate. Access to startup seed stage investment syndicate created to close the gap in funding to vetted high growth minority startups.


-The school pays from existing grants or funds such as Title III, Career Pathways, LSAMP, etc.

-School asks successful alumni entrepreneurs to sponsor chapter on an annual basis and provide mentorship to student chapter

-Student chapter sells memberships to students and community startups

-Student alumni association and students run crowdfunding campaign to fund 5 students to attend SXSW

-School funds investment via its investments vehicles or alumni


-Attract new students to your school because of your visible commitment to technology, startup entrepreneurship and new wealth creation

-Retain students in the STEAM fields to increase graduation and graduate school enrollment

-Increase career pathways to place students as interns and new hires at technology companies, innovative Fortune 500 companies and high growth startups

-Increase connections with the global innovation, entrepreneurship and investment ecosystem

-Generate new revenues to support your technology and startup entrepreneurial ecosystem building work

-Increase your college and university's funding opportunities in the area of inclusive entrepreneurship and STEAM

-Increase commercialization of research, products and services developed by students and faculty

-Longterm, increase school's endowment via the philanthropy of economically successful alumni and the companies they build

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Opportunity Hub is authentically invested in creating inclusive innovation, entrepreneurship & investment ecosystems - from our founder's work with Kingonomics, Mark Burnett Productions, Sharktank, TechSquare Labs and Brookings Institution.

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