Startup Grind Phoenix featured Jim Deters, in a fireside chat with Christina Kehoe on March 15, 2017.
Jim is the CEO and Co-founder of Galvanize. Jim believes there is a simple equation for success in...
Innovative business model charges $0 upfront tuition
Langson Samala, a Malawian student, is studying for an MBA thanks to a scholarship from Unicaf, an education company we invest in. When he qualifies Langson intends to set up his own business providing...
John Lee Dumas chats with Tim Ferriss, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tony Robbins and others on EOFire
A coding bootcamp is now paying students to learn computer programming, rather than charging tuition - and guaranteeing them jobs when they graduate.
Following last year's U.S. Presidential election, it's crystal clear that the unfettered globalizing forces of the past 30+ years may have produced more wealth in aggregate, but have dislocated workers in less competitive industries. Dislocated workers have now become disgruntled...
Every year, starting in mid-March, the majority of high school seniors will find out if they are admitted or denied admission to their dream colleges. With decision day looming on May 1, many of them will have stressful, buzzer-beater decisions to make.
In 2008, with only $25, Adam Braun launched Pencils of Promise, a nonprofit start-up that builds elementary schools in developing countries.
Rather than saddle students with debt, MissionU charges grads 15% of their pre-tax income for three years.
Podcast interview with Sandbox on the most promising edtech ventures in higher ed