Miami Student teaches kids at the Air Force Association CyberCamp

Alex Oladele teaching kidsAlex Oladele teaching middle school students           

Alex Oladele, a computer science and software engineering double major from the Class of 2019, taught middle schoolers as part of the Air Force Association CyberCamp this summer.

This camp, which hosted eighty middle school and high school students, aimed to inspire students to go into computer science, engineering, and math. The camp lasted a week and was held at the Dayton Regional STEM School.

“Mr. Alex Oladele was the primary middle school student instructor for the entire week and demonstrated exceptional skills in dealing with the large number of middle school students. He related very well to the younger students and demonstrated remarkable patience in answering questions and dealing with the many inevitable disruptions,” said Robin Fisher, the superintendent of the Dayton Regional STEM School.

Outside of class, Oladele is involved with Students Together Empowering Minorities and Kode2Learn, as well as working as a resident assistant in Dodds Hall.

By Paige Smith