I work with the MISE program in West Africa to discover and educate the most promising STEM students in Ghana. Each year, we select hundreds of Ghanaian students from over 3000 top students around the country. We train them in advanced math and computer science. MISE alumni have gone on to win highest honors at MIT and Princeton, and achieve distinction at international math contests.
I've worked with MISE for almost a decade to bring the best math and science education to the brightest minds in Africa. If you would like to learn more or volunteer with us, email me at timothyzchu [at] gmail [dot] com!
A student and I at MISE 2012.
I partnered with MISE to organize Ghana's participation in the Olympics of mathematics, the International Math Olympiad (IMO).
"MISE changed my life - I would not have gotten into MIT if I did not know about MISE." - Jessica.
Jesse Phillips works at Google, and graduated as a top student from Cornell. He organized a coding camp called CodeAfrique, reaching thousands in West Africa. I trained Jesse through MISE in preparation for the 2015 IMO.