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According to McKinsey’s “Future of work in Black America report”, Black America is predicted to lose 4.5 million jobs in the next decade.Opportunity Hub & OHUB Foundation are working tirelessly to ensure equitable opportunity in the future of work, fourth industrial revolution and beyond as a path to shared prosperity and multi-generational wealth with no reliance on pre-existing multi-generational wealth.

As a definitive solution, OHUB produces OHUB.SXSW & HBCUSXSW to expose Black & Latinx college students to the interactive technology economy while simultaneously facilitating interviews with tech companies offering paid summer internships and full time roles upon graduation.OHUB.SXSW and its HBCU@SXSW programming, as captured in USA Today, Harvard Business Review and this hiring partner experience video by Facebook, is OHUB’s signature annual capstone university relations, young professionals, seasoned executives and startup entrepreneurs immersive exposure, innovative professional development, go to market and investment experience.

Each year, major corporations, tech companies, startups, ecosystem builders, foundations and influencers sponsor top Black and Latinx American technical and non-technical talent from our nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI’s), Minority Serving Institutions (MSI’s) and Predominantly White Institutions (PWI’s) with intentional diversity and inclusion initiatives to gain the necessary immersive exposure, interactive learning opportunities and direct access to paid summer internships and early career roles that are afforded by attending SXSW.Each year at SXSW, more than 500,000 attendees experience amazing keynotes, thousands of panels and exclusive networking opportunities that provide buzz-generating exposure and opportunities to engage with decision makers in the innovation economy.

For more information, please visit http://ohub.at/sxsw Donate to their gofundme to support #BlackandHired: HBCU students Click HERE

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