ACF Startup Teams
What students can do in a startup team
Real life applications of the coding skills you develop
- Apply computing solutions to (learn by doing) real-world problems
- Collaborate on projects they have passion for, while mastering their own technical skills, in service of a community goal
- Practice time-management, presentation, and leadership skills, while participating in demo days, academic competitions, peer to peer presentations including international partners, and other ACF community events
- Connect to industry experts, learn the latest technology, and collaborate in a global community.
Who should join ACF startup team
- 6th -12th graders who have learned coding for 1-2 years and would like to challenge themselves to solve real-world problems.
- An opportunity to test out the next ‘Elon Musk’ ideas before college.
- The startup program the community leader joined in order to solve the problems his own community faces.
- Someone who wants to try out the startup idea on a global ecosystem.
- Students who want to seize the opportunity to test out ideas in the ACF community.
- Students who want to participate in coding reviews and receive project reviews from a pitching expert group, rather than coding alone.
- Students who want to witness ideas from different student startup teams, participate in various presentations and learn in an environment where you can encourage one another to grow.
- Students who want to share her experiences she got from running a startup on a blogging platform as well as to put that in a college resume.
- Students who wish to learn why such an app is necessary through the community leader, and who desires to create a startup with his own idea.