Fellow:Emmanuel Onung

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Emmanuel Onung
School (Cohort)
Jackson State University (2023 cohort)
Majoring in
Computer Science
United States


I am a Computer Science student at Jackson State University, expected to graduate in 2024. I am currently a Research Assistant under the Geo-Path program, working on an Oyster's Gape Measurement System. I am also an Innovation Center Fellow and an Academic Tutor at the university, where I manage the center's hardware and software, and help students with College Algebra and Computer Science. My core competencies include Python, Git, and problem-solving skills.

In addition to my academic and research activities, I have also participated in several professional development and leadership programs, such as the Oracle Leadership Symposium, the Microsoft Tech Resiliency, and the Non-Profit Certificate by the Philadelphia Education Fund. Through these programs, I have learned how to collaborate with diverse teams, communicate effectively, and apply innovative solutions to real-world challenges. I am motivated by my passion for learning, creating, and contributing to society. I believe I can bring a unique perspective and experience to any organization that values creativity, diversity, and innovation.


Ex-Apple Intern, Ex-Facebook Intern, Google TechWise Scholar, Presidents List 2021, Lilly Hackathon Winner, BVCC Campus President

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