The Rev. Jesse Jackson and his Rainbow Push Coalition served as the headliners for PUSH Tech 2020. The one-day conference took place in San Francisco and allowed aspiring entrepreneurs to share their ideas with tech executives and venture capitalists.
There were also panel discussions on tech diversity and pitch sessions. The startup eHarvest Hub walked away with the top prize of $10,000, which was announced during a reception at Yelp’s headquarters. Each contestant in the pitch competition received an HP computer and $1,000 cash prize that was raised by attendees at the conference.
Earlier in the day, Intel announced that it would give $5 million over the next five years to Oakland Technical and McClymonds high schools. The program will provide hardware, training, and internships for students in order to prepare them for jobs in the tech industry.
Check out photos from the event below.