BIG DNT September: Tech EdVentures

Allen Selis, the founder of Tech EdVentures, enthusiastically pitched his education company on Tuesday evening at Dallas New Tech. Founded 2 years ago, Tech EdVentures brings robotics, engineering, and coding classes to children. Classes start as young as pre-k, for robotics, and 3rd grade for coding classes. With an array of available courses, Tech EdVentures has something for almost any age child.

Looking to combat poor access to STEM skills, Selis let us know that according to U.S. News 9 out of 10 schools don’t offer computer programming coursework. Their solution? Offer fun and immersive after school programs, and summer camps that teach children STEM skills they need to get ahead in today’s tech-driven world. What really sets Tech EdVentures apart, is their commitment to in-person classroom learning, rather than just stand alone online coursework.

With an impressive average of 340% growth, year after year, when broken down by quarter, Tech EdVentures is looking at a very positive growth trend. Soon, they hope to be able to expand their services through franchising.

Currently Selis is looking for teachers who are able to teach Python to fifth grade students, so if you think you may be a good match, be sure to contact him through their site!

 

Check out Selis’ pitch in the video below.

 

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