Events Calendar

Stimulating Change with Andrew Yang

The Pitt Program Council is excited to announce Stimulating Change with Andrew Yang! This online seminar will feature an interactive discussion with author and entrepreneur Andrew Yang focused on the importance of voting, a post-coronavirus America, and the weight that college student's voices can hold in our country.

 

This event will be held over Microsoft Teams - students must download the Microsoft Teams app ahead of time, which can be accessed through the my.pitt.edu portal under "remote resources" and "communications" - the desktop version is available for both PC and Mac.

The link for the event can be found on our website prior to the event time: http://ppc.pitt.edu/virtual-programs/
 

Andrew Yang is an author and entrepreneur who, in 2011, founded Venture for America, a non-profit that created thousands of jobs in Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and other cities throughout the country. In his book The War on Normal People, he explains the mounting crisis of the automation of labor and makes the case for the Freedom Dividend, a Universal Basic Income of $1,000 a month for every American, along with hundreds of other policies to put Humanity First. Andrew was named a Presidential Ambassador of Entrepreneurship by the White House under the Obama administration and a Champion of Change for his work with Venture for America. His run for President in 2020 brought a bold vision for a trickle-up economy and the power of investing in American families.
 

All Pitt Program Council events are open to all undergraduate Pitt students with a valid (Oakland) Student ID.

Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Pitt Program Council at ppc@pitt.edu or by phone at 412-648-7900 for proper accommodations.

Saturday, August 8 at 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Virtual Event

Stimulating Change with Andrew Yang

The Pitt Program Council is excited to announce Stimulating Change with Andrew Yang! This online seminar will feature an interactive discussion with author and entrepreneur Andrew Yang focused on the importance of voting, a post-coronavirus America, and the weight that college student's voices can hold in our country.

 

This event will be held over Microsoft Teams - students must download the Microsoft Teams app ahead of time, which can be accessed through the my.pitt.edu portal under "remote resources" and "communications" - the desktop version is available for both PC and Mac.

The link for the event can be found on our website prior to the event time: http://ppc.pitt.edu/virtual-programs/
 

Andrew Yang is an author and entrepreneur who, in 2011, founded Venture for America, a non-profit that created thousands of jobs in Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and other cities throughout the country. In his book The War on Normal People, he explains the mounting crisis of the automation of labor and makes the case for the Freedom Dividend, a Universal Basic Income of $1,000 a month for every American, along with hundreds of other policies to put Humanity First. Andrew was named a Presidential Ambassador of Entrepreneurship by the White House under the Obama administration and a Champion of Change for his work with Venture for America. His run for President in 2020 brought a bold vision for a trickle-up economy and the power of investing in American families.
 

All Pitt Program Council events are open to all undergraduate Pitt students with a valid (Oakland) Student ID.

Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Pitt Program Council at ppc@pitt.edu or by phone at 412-648-7900 for proper accommodations.

Saturday, August 8 at 8:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Virtual Event