MinT is the first systematic and sustainable mentoring and support program specifically aimed at smaller, less well known, accessible, affordable, non-target college CS programs and their students where majority of CS students graduate from, but are often overlooked.
MinT offers a structured and curated program that closes the student support and social capital gap to larger more established and well known CS programs.
MinT builds meaningful industry mentor relationships and offer resources, industry connections, and an inclusive community of real students and volunteer engineer mentors.
Our founder's interview with the Clayton Christensen Institute
MinT is the 2nd social good venture founded by Kevin Wang in a overlooked, but crucial part of the tech talent pipeline that directly impacts economic mobility.
Kevin is the founder of the Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS program. TEALS has helped over 1,000 high schools across the US build successful, sustainable, and diverse CS programs with tech volunteers from over 700 companies donating 1.2 million hours. Many of the 85,000+ TEALS alumni has gone on to pursue CS in college and career as a result.