May 20, 2024
OORT Launches a Web3 University Panel Series, Providing College Students With Industry Insights and Opportunities

OORT Launches a Web3 University Panel Series, Providing College Students With Industry Insights and Opportunities

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We are excited to announce that OORT is launching the Web3 University Panel Series across the United States, with the goal of creating an environment in which students and professionals can converse and explore the various topics surrounding Web3.

Upcoming Panels

The first panel, in collaboration with the University of Chicago, will be streamed globally on January 12th, 2023, at 1 PM EST, followed by a second panel with Northwestern University in February.

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Apart from a holistic introduction to Web3 space fundamentals, this panel series will focus on different pillars and roles supporting the next era of the internet and how students with different areas of expertise could navigate the world of Web3 in the future. Students will hear from and connect with speakers of different expertise and experiences in the space, starting off with featured speakers from OORT, Storj, Quicknode, and OKX.

Why Are We Doing This

β€œWe are thrilled to kick off this Web3 University Panel Series and bring students from all over the world together to have these discussions,” said Max Li, Founder and CEO of OORT. β€œThe Web3 infrastructure industry is rapidly growing, and we want to help more young people learn about, participate in, and contribute to this emerging technology.”

Regardless of the current climate and challenges that the dynamic industry of Web3 faces, OORT believes that the power of technology and the discourses that surround it will lead our civilization to the next era of the internet. We are pleased to assist the next generation of Web3 innovators in their academic and professional endeavors by fostering Web3-related discourses between students and industry professionals on topics such as distributed networking, decentralized storage, and compute.

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