Tech entrepreneurs help diversify industry through student program

It's no secret careers in STEM are booming, but not all students get enough industry exposure to know their options. Marcus Howard of Project MQ aims to change that. "When we grew up, our parents used to just tell us to stop playing video games, because there was no future in it. That's not the case anymore,” he said. “We just want [students] to see there are so many opportunities in the gaming industry that encompasses everything that makes up STEM: science, technology, engineering and mathematics, all goes into everything in the gaming industry."
Published: 6:14 PM EDT June 25, 2019
Updated: 6:50 PM EDT June 25, 2019