Asper undergraduate student Jared Kozak started working with technology in high school, when he offered to build a system to book tutors for his school district’s peer tutoring program. Kozak started to get a hang of building and the system began to shape up. It was then that Kozak realized he had a real interest for programming.
“By the time I got to the computer science course at my school I was showing my teacher new things and constantly improving my programming skills. I learnt by making my own opportunities and driving my own path. That is the best way of being successful and, even today, I’m constantly trying to find new opportunities to learn new things and meet new people.”