TEC started three years ago and is comprised of about 80 engineering and business-minded students, both undergraduate and graduate.
From The Daily Bruin:
“After working as a computer science engineer for five years, Max Ohlendorf was tired of getting lost in the stratified bureaucracy of a company.
He wanted control over what he was doing and direct input on his own projects.
After entering the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s dual degree MBA/master of computer science program, he joined the Technical Entrepreneurial Community at UCLA.
“I felt the yearning for entrepreneurship. … I wanted to build with my own hands and have the power to create something as I wanted it to be,” Ohlendorf said…”