Tech Fellowship News

‘Finalist Day’ events match young talent with Indy companies

Close to 300 top-performing college students were in Indianapolis on Friday interviewing for coveted summer internships and two-year fellowships with 90 area companies. TechPoint’s Xtern and Indy Tech Fellowship Finalist Day events were happening at the Biltwell Event Center downtown while the Orr Fellowship Finalist Day was held at the Willows on Westfield on the

ClearScholar launches new Butler University student app

On the evening of August 24, the “Founding 100” were established on Butler University’s campus. One hundred lucky Butler University students gained access to a new and exciting tool for campus engagement called the “Butler App.” Through a partnership between High Alpha portfolio company ClearScholar and Butler University, the Butler App was created with the

Rose-Hulman sees record-breaking female freshman enrollment

The 2016-2017 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology freshman class will see a record-breaking number of female students. Early enrollment statistics for the 2016-17 school year reveal that 172 females will make up 30.4 percent of the 565 incoming freshman students. This number tops the previous year’s then-record enrollment by 40 students. “The new record-breaking number of

Fellow Your Dreams: IndyX Tech Fellowship Launches

TechPoint’s IndyX Tech Fellowship program has officially kicked off its inaugural year and the community-minded tech builders chosen to participate this first year are beginning their promising careers at employers around the Indianapolis metro. The Tech Fellowship is a two-year launchpad for new grads, crafted to place developers, designers, and product managers with leading companies

Michael Hockerman chose incredible Indy over West Coast wow

Michael Hockerman was at Purdue University when he applied to Xtern, TechPoint’s highly-competitive 10-week summer internship program that pairs tech-skilled college students with technology companies in the Indianapolis-Carmel area. At the time he knew little about what technology companies exist in Indianapolis, making it a challenge to see the city as a potential landing pad after