Learn today Earn Tomorrow
Our Afrofuturistic Metaverse in an integrated App empowers diverse and disadvantaged students to become the Superhero versions of themselves and get to select Universities like Carnegie Mellon and MIT or pathway to sustainable careers in creative, hardware, software, manufacturing, or entrepreneurship
Dah-Varsity is based on the African American Father and Son co-founders of Toyz Electronics Damola and Wole Idowu. The game exposes diverse and disadvantaged students to interactive STEAM learning experiences involving Automotive, Math, Music, Literature, Design & Prototyping. Students are inspired by the inspiring story of Damola and Wole. They are both creatives, engineers, and entrepreneurs. Damola enrolled as a full-time student at Syracuse University studying Mechanical Engineering and Economics at 16. He will win an Engineering Design competition at Howard University at 18. His son Wole Idowu graduated HS at 15 and was featured on the CNBC documentary 20 under 20 Transforming tomorrow.