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Upcoming ACF Teams

If you are interested in joining one of these teams, don't hesitate to contact us at contact@applied-computing.org.

To join currently running ACF teams with open spots, check out available spots here.

Upcoming Teams

WHAT Can STUDENTS DO IN A STARTUP TEAM?

  • Apply computing solutions to (learn by doing) real-world problems.
     

  • Collaborate on projects that they have passion for while mastering their technical skills to serve a community goal.
     

  • Practice time management, presentation, and leadership skills while participating in demo days, academic competitions, peer-to-peer presentations, international partner meet-ups, and other ACF community events.
     

  • Connect to industry experts, learn the latest technologies, and collaborate in a global community.

Who should join an 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.

  • Someone looking for an opportunity to test the next-generation 'Elon Musk' ideas before college.

  • Someone who aspires to be a community leader and to solve their community's most significant issues.

  • Students who want to seize the opportunity to test their startup ideas within the global ACF ecosystem.

  • Students who want to participate in coding reviews and receive project reviews from a pitching expert in groups 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 they can encourage each other to grow.

  • Students who want to share the experiences they receive from running a startup on a blogging platform and use that for their college applications.

  • Students who wish to take their learning forward and empower others.

Previous and current ACF student projects include a GPS-assisted mapping tool specifically for firefighters, remote control ground drones for search and rescue, healthcare resource distribution software, a machine vision-powered driving monitor, and a multiplayer game to support small businesses.