The beginning of a new semester usher in a new opportunities for members of our communities to learn new things. This is why the Chairman and Founder of the Hebron Startup Lab thought it good to have consistent community meetings and trainings for every member of the community.
For this initial meeting, he spoke about the history of HSL, how it started, and its purpose. He emphasized the need for technical skills. He explained that tech wasn’t based solely on programming. He encouraged people in creative communities to use their skills in the tech ecosystem. He advised everyone to prioritize the future and adopt a growth-oriented, value-added mindset.
After Dr. Stephen’s speech, he gave people the opportunity to ask questions and make suggestions on what they wished HSL could improve on.
Existing members and new entries broke out into their various communities, where the team leads welcomed them and spoke to them in detail about the communities.