The Telnyx team hosted members of the University of Notre Dame’s ESTEEM graduate program last month in their Chicago office. The visit provided students with insight into life at a tech startup and how Telnyx is driving innovation within the industry.
ESTEEM, Notre Dame’s 11-month Entrepreneurship Master’s Program, is a collaboration of the university’s College of Engineering, College of Science, and Mendoza College of Business. With backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), ESTEEM students are equipped with the tools and knowledge to launch new businesses and become industry leaders.
“The ESTEEM program at Notre Dame offers a great balance between developing current technical skills and equipping oneself with the specific business skills required to succeed in the world,” said Eoin Clancy, growth engineer at Telnyx and one of two ESTEEM alums at the company. “Gaining exposure to companies like Telnyx throughout my time in the program helped me understand the need for rapid iteration that exists in a fast-paced startup. Hosting this year's class was both a big honor and an opportunity to explain our progression post-graduation, putting some of the concepts the students learn about in class into a real-life, startup context.”
Thank you to the entire University of Notre Dame ESTEEM group for being a great audience and asking thoughtful questions about Telnyx.
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