The Dr. Vibe Show

On September 24, 2011, we have the opportunity to attend The Excellence Conference. The Excellence Conference was aimed at students between the ages 11 to 17 and their parents. It featured successful members of the Canadian Caribbean Community who gave career advice and guidance, touching on things like career path, level of education required, scope for upward mobility, and critical success factors for owning and operating your own business. The motivation for the conference was the low number of Caribbean students who are planning to go university or higher education need guidance. After four individual presentations by teachers to parents in the morning, a Q & A session was held in which parents asked the teachers questions. We have the Q & A session for your listen pleasure. For more information on the Excellence Conference, please go to https://www.facebook.com/pages/epeducate/148712618551126


Kai Dupé is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, and community servant who is married with two children and lives in Houston, Texas. Kai He is a doctorate student at Pepperdine University where is doing research on why African American males are underepresented in computing. He is also writes a column for the Atlanta Post. He grew up in a single parent home in San Antonio, Texas in which he was one of six children. Kai has bee a software engineer for 25 years who shares his knowledge and education to help Black men to rise above and beyond. During our conversation Kai tells us how he was able to pursue educaton while being in a challenging environment, how and when technology entered his life, how Blacks are not engaged enough and not using today's technology for their best benefit and the consequences and how can this can be changed. He tells us what book changed his life and some of the experiences that he has had that has made him into the Black man that he is today Kai also expresses his concern for African American men and their challenges. He shares some of the challenges that some Black men are facing, that Black men are worse off today than ten years ago and some solutions to resolve this issue.


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