How West Allis-West Milwaukee School District Brings Immersive Technologies To Students In Poverty
How Bayha Group Transformed Young Summer Interns Into ”Metaverse Architects“ using Zoe
The Bayha Group, a California-based organization dedicated to providing equal opportunities for low-income youth, used Zoe to offer a unique internship program called "WorkWonder". This innovative program aimed to provide students with hands-on experience in the growing field of Metaverse Architecture.
During a 6-week paid summer internship, the students were tasked with building their own fictitious businesses using Zoe and presenting their ideas through a pitch video. The internship was led by Kwaku Aning and Liz Nebo.
Immersive learning is a way to bring the world to students who may not have other avenues to see it. These technologies expose them to what's possible for expressing themselves, learning about themselves, and choosing a college or career pathway that works for them and their caregivers.