Next batch starts on Sep 9th - 10th

Next batch starts on
Sep 9th - Sep 10th

LogoLife Network

Discover the benefits
of your LogoLife
membership.

A 2-Day Immersive Experience all LogoLife members start with

First 30 Days

Identify your
passion

Envision your future

Create a vision for your future in a 2-Day Immersive workshop

Explore interests

Step by step guidance to identify your interests

Choosing a path

• Entrepreneurship
• Design
• Engineering

60 Days +

Build new
skills

Growth sessions

Inspired by the Dream System™: Growth mindsets, purpose, gratitude, and more

Apprenticeship sessions

Get mentored by a team of professionals

Get real experience

Work in team settings and build a portfolio of projects

1 Year +

Make an impact

Build new products

Bring your ideas to life and solve real problems

Paid opportunities

Build a portfolio, prepare for an internship or beef up your college application

Inspirational friends

Connect with an uplifting community

First 30 Days

Identify your
passion

Envision your future

Create a vision for your future in a 2-Day Immersive workshop

Explore interests

Step by step guidance to identify your interests

Choosing a path

• Entrepreneurship
• Design
• Engineering

60 Days +

Build new
skills

Growth sessions

Inspired by the Dream System™: Growth mindsets, purpose, gratitude, and more

Apprenticeship sessions

Get mentored by a team of professionals

Get real experience

Work in team settings and build a portfolio of projects

1 Year +

Mold your gifts into a career

Build new products

Bring your ideas to life and solve real problems

Paid opportunities

Build a portfolio, prepare for an internship or beef up your college application

Inspirational friends

Connect with an uplifting community

How a LogoLifer succeeds

Get the mindset of a resilient entrepreneur
Build a business around what you love
Solve problems like a software engineer
Think creatively like an innovative artist

3 pathway options

Pathway

Entrepreneur

For the ones who dream of starting or growing their own business. For the courageous who want to make an impact at scale.

Pathway

Artist

This path is for those who think outside the box. For artists, animators, and designers to apply their unique skills.

Pathway

Engineer

This path awaits those who love to build things and take them apart. For the ones who love solving complex problems.

Pathway

Entrepreneur

For the ones who dream of starting or growing their own business. For the courageous who want to make an impact at scale.

Pathway

Artist

This path is for those who think outside the box. For drawers, painters, animators, and designers to apply their unique skills.

Pathway

Software Engineer

This path awaits those who love to build things and take them apart. For the ones who love solving complex problems.

Discover the benefits

Build A Portfolio

Work on meaningful projects and get real experience working in team settings.

Launchpad Sessions

Start your membership with our Launchpad session to identify your passions.

Exclusive Resources

Get access to helpful resources you'll find useful at any stage of your journey.

Tight-knit Community

Connect with future business partners, coworkers, and grow you network.

How your child identifies their passion

1. Launchpad Workshop

Your child will take a discovery assessment to help us match them with a tutor they’re likely to get along with based on their interests, learning styles, and personality. Your child will also take a skills assessment to help prioritize opportunities for improvement.

2. Exploring

Your child will take a discovery assessment to help us match them with a tutor they’re likely to get along with based on their interests, learning styles, and personality. Your child will also take a skills assessment to help prioritize opportunities for improvement.

3. Choose your path

Your child will take a discovery assessment to help us match them with a tutor they’re likely to get along with based on their interests, learning styles, and personality. Your child will also take a skills assessment to help prioritize opportunities for improvement.

3 paths to choose from

Entrepreneur

A software engineer is someone who develops and maintains software applications. 

Students will develop 5 fully functional apps during the program.

  • Roblox Game
  • Web Application
  • Discord Bot
  • Website
  • Artificial Intelligence App

Software Engineer

A software engineer is someone who develops and maintains software applications. 

Students will develop 5 fully functional apps during the program.

  • Roblox Game
  • Web Application
  • Discord Bot
  • Website
  • Artificial Intelligence App

Product Designer

A product designer is someone who designs the look and feel of these software applications that software engineers code. 

Students will develop 5 fully functional apps during the program.

  • Roblox Game
  • Web Application
  • Discord Bot
  • Website
  • Artificial Intelligence App

Software Engineer

A software engineer is someone who develops and maintains software applications. 

Students will develop 5 fully functional apps during the program.

  • Roblox Game
  • Web Application
  • Discord Bot
  • Website
  • Artificial Intelligence App

Product Designer

A product designer is someone who designs the look and feel of these software applications that software engineers code. 

Students will design 5 fully functional apps during the program.

  • Roblox Game
  • Web Application
  • Discord Bot
  • Website
  • Artificial Intelligence App

What to expect as an apprentice

Human curriculum

Social learning experience, no robotic self led curricula

Personal success agent

Have an agent dedicated to your success, building you a growth plan, and tracking your progress

Real experience

Get comfortable developing real tech in a team setting

Paid opportunity

Build a portfolio of projects to show off to employers

What to expect as a LogoLife member

Human curriculum

Social learning experience, 100% live instruction.
No robotic self led curricula

Personal success agent

Have an agent dedicated to your success, building you a growth plan, and tracking your progress

Real experience

Get comfortable developing real
tech in a team setting

Paid opportunities

Build a portfolio of projects to
show off to employers

LaunchPad Session

Next batch: August 5th-6th

Learn the Dream System™

A research backed process to help your child to live with purpose.

Step 1

Discover your talents

Identify and figure out what you like to do that you are gifted with.

Step 2

Choose your path

A research backed process to help your child to live with purpose.

Step 3

What to expect

Next batch is September 9th - 10th

Attend Launchpad session
Every member starts with this 2-Day Immersive Experience
Join growth sessions
Make a positive impact doing what you love
Join apprenticeship sessions
Build new skills as an entrepreneur, artist, or engineer

Growth Sessions

Growth Sessions

We define a passion as an interest that we develop an expertise in. This step focuses on discovering interests, developing them, and building momentum.

3 Mindsets to develop. Growth Mindset, Gratitude, and Intellectual Curiosity. Your child will believe they can achieve what they put their mind to, be grateful throughout the journey, and grow a love for learning.

What’s the point of it all? In order to understand purpose and develop a sense of meaning, your child will learn to put their focus on others rather than themselves.

Inspired by the creative problem solving process of Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. Your child will learn how to and get comfortable with solving hard problems.

How to apply your unique talents, gifts, and passions to the economy. Understanding why people buy things and the different ways you can provide value to make money.

Your child will learn how to have grit & perseverance. They will be able to set goals in a way they actually accomplish them. And they will be able to manage their time and energy to make the most of their day.

We define a passion as an interest that we develop an expertise in. This step focuses on discovering interests, developing them, and building momentum.

3 Mindsets to develop. Growth Mindset, Gratitude, and Intellectual Curiosity. Your child will believe they can achieve what they put their mind to, be grateful throughout the journey, and grow a love for learning.

What’s the point of it all? In order to understand purpose and develop a sense of meaning, your child will learn to put their focus on others rather than themselves.

Inspired by the creative problem solving process of Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. Your child will learn how to and get comfortable with solving hard problems.

How to apply your unique talents, gifts, and passions to the economy. Understanding why people buy things and the different ways you can provide value to make money.

Your child will learn how to have grit & perseverance. They will be able to set goals. They will be able to manage their time and energy to make the most of their day.

Apprenticeship Sessions

Build a portfolio & get real experience

Create a personal brand, share unique work with colleges, and potential employers.

Professional mentorship

Connect with experts who are devoted to your pathway growth.

Certificates issued by LogoLife

Get certificates of completion as you achieve LogoLife milestones to share on Linkedin, and college applications.

Groups of 10

To keep mentorship personalized to each student's unique needs while building camaraderie, group sizes stay at 10 or less.

Meets weekly

This path is for those who think outside the box. For drawers, painters, animators, and designers to apply their unique skills.

Specific to a path

This path awaits those who love to build things and take them apart. For the ones who love solving complex problems.

Build a portfolio & get real experience

Create a personal brand, share unique work with colleges, and potential employers.

Professional
mentorship

Connect with experts who are devoted to your pathway growth.

Certificates issued
by LogoLife

Get certificates of completion as you achieve LogoLife milestones to share on Linkedin, and college applications.

Boost your resume

Receive a certificate of completion and for each milestone of progress.

Business
Experience

Young entrepreneurs will gather business experience through building a portfolio of projects that cover the main areas of business.

Writing business plans, creating pitch decks, developing sales/marketing funnels for their businesses, and more.

  • Writing a business plan
  • Creating a pitch deck for investors
  • How to make better decisions for your company
  • and many more…
  • How to create a Facebook Ad
  • Intro to Facebook Ad Platform
  • Building a website landing page
  • and many more…
  • Writing a sales script for outreach calls
  • Pricing strategy
  • Building confidence to ask for the sale
  • and many more…
  • Learn the Silicon Valley product development process
  • How to prototype a design ready to be developer by engineers
  • Understanding code 101
  • and many more…
  • Writing a financial projection/forecast  for the upcoming year
  • How to accept payments from customers online
  • Intro to crypto
  • and many more…
  • Setting up systems to run operations
  • How to set up systems to track weekly progress
  • How to prioritize what matters most for your business
  • and many more…
  • How to file your taxes depending on your type of organization 
  • How to find and choose an accountant for your business
  • How to use quickbooks to manage expenses
  • and many more…
  • How to find the right employee or team members
  • How to build a healthy culture in your company
    • Values
    • Mission
    • Vision 
  • Improving collaboration and productivity
  • and many more…

Your child's new schedule

1 hour a week

Only a small time commitment
each week

Flexible schedule

We'll match sessions according to your child's schedule

Your child's new schedule

1 hour a week

Only a small time commitment each week

Flexible schedule

We'll match sessions according to your child's schedule

Frequently Asked Questions

After registration, you can expect the following steps to help you get set up:

  1. Fill out a onboarding form
  2. Speak to a member of our team to schedule a welcome call for your child
  3. Onboard/Welcome call with your child to prepare them and get additional information to help us curate a growth plan
  4. Receive growth plan personally for your child
  5. Introduction to their personal mentor and invited to join the private community

Young Technologist Network works in semesters. Each semester is 6 months long. You will be paying a total of $2,092 over the course of 4 months ($523/mo). Today you will be billed for $523 and the next payment will be in 30 days.

Please call or text us at (732) 421-1475 and a team member will help you with your question.

You can also reach us at info@logolife.org

DSR
DSR
2021-08-05
I participated in Logo Life's Game Changers program, a program in which young teens like me were able to figure out our next steps towards creating a buisness with our passions. We discussed our intrests, explored different types of methods and venues to express our passions, discovered ways we could us our passions to create a meaningful impact on the world, and then figured out ways to create a successful business with it. The whole program was adventure themed, so we went through these steps as if we were progressing through a story. It was very entertaining and informative. Being able discuss our ideas and receive feedback from peers was helpful as well. I enjoyed listening to others talk about the things they were passionate about. I would definitely recommend the program for anyone stuck in a rut with what to do next. If you're struggling to figure out how to create a profitae business that you'll enjoy, Game Changers can help lead you in the right direction. Great entrepreneur program for kids and teens! Would definitely recommend :)
Dristi Brubaker
Dristi Brubaker
2021-08-01
LogoLife's teen entrepreneurship program was a really great experience for me! In attending their 3 day workshop, I think I learned a lot about the mindset it takes to be successful in everyday life and also how to plan for the future. it was very interactive, which was really nice, and the concepts we learned were very helpful and memorable as well! overall a yes from me, very epic thank you :)
Denise Gittens-Duliepre
Denise Gittens-Duliepre
2020-08-25
We want MORE!!! Absolutely AMAZING! When my kid ask if he could continue doing this program after the first day, I knew the GameChangers™ 3-Day Virtual workshop delivered excellence! Thank you so much and we look forward to moving onto your next program!!!
Eliana Lavoie
Eliana Lavoie
2020-08-14
I think this was a very helpful course. I loved how they let everyone talk and left the chat open for conversation. I also thought it was really unique that they had mini break outs for everyone to brainstorm in small groups.
Nicquel Raquel
Nicquel Raquel
2020-08-14
My son enjoyed the program & was able to communicate information he learned. Great skills & tools he will take with him as he starts his career!
Kari Rillon
Kari Rillon
2020-08-11
My 15yo son took the 3 day webinar last week and loved it! He is the kind of kid that only wants to have fun and not work. So for him to say this was "great" was monumental. I was able to occasionally listen in and really loved the information the instructors were imparting. I even learned things from this that I didn't know. It was refreshing to have someone else tell my son what I have been telling him for years. It was difficult to refrain from saying, "I told you so". Thank you for backing us up as parents!
Taylor Chon
Taylor Chon
2020-08-10
Amazing! I loved deep dives into entrepreneurship. There was so much to learn from, this is a 10/10 camp for entrepreneurship. Must do!
Becoming LB
Becoming LB
2020-08-09
My son (age 14 soon to be 15), just completed this course on the 6th and he absolutely loved it. He’s also enrolled and has begun the month-long course as well. The investment was by far one of the best uses of money spent all summer in addition to him getting new glasses 🤓. On the first night, my son told me the part of the discussion that stood out to him the most after his first session, he point out it was about growth mindset and how our attitudes towards challenges impact our outcomes. I knew he was listening and if it was simply that part alone, it was worth either way.
DC Clifford
DC Clifford
2020-08-05
Impressive business course for teens that teaches them the foundations and promotes engagement & interaction with others in this affordable virtual class, I'm taking it too to update and reinforce the basic fundamentals...much needed in our changing world & economic climate! Thanks for making this available and affordable! Shared on my feed to benefit all parents puzzled by how to guide their teens in their education and future aspirations.💥

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Group sessions up to 10 students.
1 hour weekly commitment*

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Growth Sessions to learn the Dream System™

Apprenticeship Sessions to build skills

Access to an uplifting community

Build a portfolio with real experience

AI tools to identify your unique traits

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Start your membership for 30 Days free.

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The
Entrepreneur Path

Bring your business idea to life.

A 4-step process you
can use to launch
your ideas.

In order to launch a successful business idea, we must solve a problem.

A 4-step process you can use to
launch your ideas.

The Curriculum

Discovering
Business

Identifying
Opportunities

Creating
Solutions

Launching
Ideas

Step 1

Discovering Business

We must understand the industry we’re interested in so we can actually identify a problem to solve

We must understand the industry we’re
interested in so we can actually identify a problem to solve.

Choose an industry

The first step is to choose an industry that you would like to build your business in.

For example: Restaurant/Food, Music, Entertainment, Medical, Sports, etc

Analyze the industry

In order to identify a problem within an industry we have to understand the ins & outs first.

We need to research the past, the present, and the future of our chosen industries.

Create problem statement

With the research that we have, we will create a hypothesis of our problem statement.

What is the problem?
Who has the problem?
Why is it a problem?

Choose an industry

The first step is to choose an industry that you would like to build your business in.

For example: Restaurant/Food, Music, Entertainment, Medical, Sports, etc

Analyze the industry

In order to identify a problem within an industry we have to understand the ins & outs first.

We need to research the past, the present, and the future of our chosen industries.

Create problem statement

With the research that we have, we will create a hypothesis of our problem statement.

What is the problem?
Who has the problem?
Why is it a problem?

Step 2

Identifying Opportunities

We need to validate our problem statements in order to know we're making a real impact.

We need to validate our problem statements
in order to know we're making a real impact.

Why this is important

We need to know the problem that we're creating a solution for is real. We need to be unbiased moving forward.

We don't want to create a solution for a problem that doesn't exist.

Find evidence for hypothesis

How do we validate? How do we know this is a real problem?

Find:

Scholarly articles (supporting hypothesis)

Scholarly articles
(countering hypothesis)

Identify target audience

Identify who your end-user is.

Who are we creating this for?

1. Reaching out to our target audience
2. Have a set of questions to validate the problem

Why this is important

We need to know the problem that we're creating a solution for is real. We need to be unbiased moving forward.

We don't want to create a solution for a problem that doesn't exist.

Find evidence for hypothesis

How do we validate? How do we know this is a real problem?

Find:

Scholarly articles (supporting hypothesis)

Scholarly articles
(countering hypothesis)

Identify your target audience

Identify who your
end-user is.

Who are we creating this for?

1. Reaching out to our target audience
2. Have a set of questions to validate the problem

Step 3

Creating Solutions

We need to validate our problem statements in order to know we're making a real impact.

We need to validate our problem statements
in order to know we're making a real impact.

Brainstorm ideas

We will have processes to guide us on how to brainstorm real solutions to the problems we've found. Collaboration is key here. We get to brainstorm for our own ideas, but also get help from our classmates.

Group sessions Brain dumping (individual) Brain writing (individual + group)

Create the prototype

Prototypes are built so that designers can think about their solutions in a different way.

Tim Brown, CEO of the international design and innovation firm IDEO, said it best:

“They slow us down to speed us up. By taking the time to prototype our ideas, we avoid costly mistakes such as becoming too complex too early and sticking with a weak idea for too long.” – Tim Brown

Ask your target audience

After creating the MVP (minimal viable product)

You should reach back out to your audience to get feedback about what they think about your solution & how helpful it is for their problem

Brainstorm ideas

We will have processes to guide us on how to brainstorm real solutions to the problems we've found. Collaboration is key here. We get to brainstorm for our own ideas, but also get help from our classmates.

Group sessions Brain dumping (individual) Brain writing (individual + group)

Create the prototype

Prototypes are built so that designers can think about their solutions in a different way.

Tim Brown, CEO of the international design and innovation firm IDEO, said it best:

“They slow us down to speed us up. By taking the time to prototype our ideas, we avoid costly mistakes such as becoming too complex too early and sticking with a weak idea for too long.” – Tim Brown

Ask your target audience

After creating the MVP (minimal viable product)

you should reach back out to your audience to get feedback about what they think about your solution & how helpful it is for their problem

Step 4

Launching Ideas

To bring your solution to the market, what is between you and your first sale?

To bring your solution to the market,
what is between you and your first sale?

Basics of pricing

We will need to understand the principles & basics of pricing to help you price your solution.

How big is your market

Understanding our market size with:

Total Addressable Market Segmented Addressable Market Target Market

Marketing to the end user

Understanding what marketing is and how to do it with your business idea.

Basics of pricing

We will need to understand the principles & basics of pricing to help you price your solution.

How big is your market

Understanding our market size with:

Total Addressable Market Segmented Addressable Market Target Market

Marketing to end user

Understanding what marketing is and how to do it with your business idea.

Product Designer Curriculum

For young people ages 13+, 14-22 recommended

What is a product designer?

Introduction

The look and feel of all of your favorite applications whether on the phone, computer, or web are all designed by product designers. Think Netflix, Google, Facebook, Amazon, the screens in your car, and much much more. There are product teams that build, maintain, and improve these apps. 

Product designers are one of the main team members of these product teams. The other two main members are usually Product Managers and Software Engineers. 

How much they make

The average salary of an entry level product designer is around $80,000/year and after a couple years of experience can go up to an average of $120,000/year. 

The goal of this curriculum is to help your child start early to get ahead of the curve.

Students will design
5 applications

a Mobile app

A fully functional design that is clickable and can preview on the phone. 

A fully functional design that is clickable and can preview on the phone. 

A Web app

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, etc…)

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, etc…)

a Website

Students will build a website that can convert customers whether the goal is selling a product, getting app downloads, getting people to sign up for an event, etc…

Students will build a website that can convert customers whether the goal is selling a product, getting app downloads, getting people to sign up for an event, etc…

a 3D Animation

Students will design 3D objects for the Metaverse and games. They will also create a 3D animation with a story.

Students will design 3D objects for the Metaverse and games. They will also create a 3D animation with a story.

Portfolio Site

Putting all the portfolio projects together onto a site that recruiters can view easily when applying to opportunities.

Putting all the portfolio projects together onto a site that recruiters can view easily when applying to opportunities.

How it works

Designed to with the goal of helping teens land that paid opportunity.

Product Design Process

Teens learn how product designers identify problems in the real world, turn that into an idea, and product then a full fledged app. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

Product Design Process

Teens learn how product designers identify problems in the real world, turn that into an idea, and product then a full fledged app. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

The journey

SEMESTER 1

Becoming a Mobile App Designer

  • Introduction to UI/UX
  • Design Foundations
  • Design Thinking
  • Importance of solving real problems
  • User Research
    • Speaking with users
    • Validating problems
    • Validating solutions
  • Basics of Figma
    • Wireframing
    • Low Fidelity Design
    • Hi Fidelity Design
  • Basic Prototyping

SEMESTER 2

Becoming a Web App Designer

  • Principles of Typography
    • When to use a specific font type
  • Psychology and Design
  • Data Tracking Tools
    • Pendo
    • Surveys
      • NPS, CES
  • Designing Complex User Interfaces
  • Design Systems: Building them and using existing systems
  • Advanced Prototyping/Interaction Design

SEMESTER 3

Becoming a Digital Marketer

  • Designing landing pages that convert customers
    • Selling products
    • Membership signups
    • App downloads
  • How to outline a website
    • User Flow
    • What pages to have
  • Optimizing web design for mobile view, desktop view, and tablet view
  • Marketing Foundations
    • 5 Core Human Drives to purchase
    • Selling the future state
    • How to communicate concisely
    • How to tell a story
  • Website data tools
    • Google Analytics
    • Hotjar

SEMESTER 4

Become a 3D/Virtual FX Animator

  • 3D Design in Blender
  • Designing Metaverse Objects
  • Designing 3D elements and objects in games
  • Designing for 3D print
    • Examples: Medical devices for amputees
  • Animating in 3D
    • Making cartoons

SEMESTER 5

Building your portfolio

  • How to use Elementor website builder
  • Hosting your own website portfolio on Amazon Web Services
  • Getting your own website domain name (yourname.com)
  • Telling your professional design story with your major portfolio deliverables
  • How to tell your own story and stand out amongst competition
  • Building a portfolio that catches recruiters and hiring managers’ attention

SEMESTER 6

Landing your opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • Dribbble portfolio completed
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying 
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

SEMESTER 1

Becoming a Mobile App Designer

  • Introduction to UI/UX
  • Design Foundations
  • Design Thinking
  • Importance of solving real problems
  • User Research
    • Speaking with users
    • Validating problems
    • Validating solutions
  • Basics of Figma
    • Wireframing
    • Low Fidelity Design
    • Hi Fidelity Design
  • Basic Prototyping

SEMESTER 2

Becoming a Web App Designer

  • Principles of Typography
    • When to use a specific font type
  • Psychology and Design
  • Data Tracking Tools
    • Pendo
    • Surveys
      • NPS, CES
  • Designing Complex User Interfaces
  • Design Systems: Building them and using existing systems
  • Advanced Prototyping/Interaction Design

SEMESTER 3

Becoming a Digital Marketer

  • Designing landing pages that convert customers
    • Selling products
    • Membership signups
    • App downloads
  • How to outline a website
    • User Flow
    • What pages to have
  • Optimizing web design for mobile view, desktop view, and tablet view
  • Marketing Foundations
    • 5 Core Human Drives to purchase
    • Selling the future state
    • How to communicate concisely
    • How to tell a story
  • Website data tools
    • Google Analytics
    • Hotjar

SEMESTER 4

Become a 3D/Virtual FX Animator

  • 3D Design in Blender
  • Designing Metaverse Objects
  • Designing 3D elements and objects in games
  • Designing for 3D print
    • Examples: Medical devices for amputees
  • Animating in 3D
    • Making cartoons

SEMESTER 5

Building your portfolio

  • How to use Elementor website builder
  • Hosting your own website portfolio on Amazon Web Services
  • Getting your own website domain name (yourname.com)
  • Telling your professional design story with your major portfolio deliverables
  • How to tell your own story and stand out amongst competition
  • Building a portfolio that catches recruiters and hiring managers’ attention

SEMESTER 6

Landing your opportunity

  • Resume building
  • LinkedIn building
  • Dribbble portfolio complete
  • Interview preparation
  • Cover letter preparation
  • Applying
  • Guidance after interviews
  • Getting the offer

Software Engineer Curriculum

For young people ages 13+, 14-22 recommended

What is a software engineer?

Introduction

All of the applications that you enjoy using at home and at work are coded into existence by software engineers. They play a large role in making it possible for us to interact with all applications, from websites you visit to the apps that are downloaded to your phone, even to the software that makes the phone work in the first place. Basically, they are pretty important when it comes to anything that has a digital interface (which includes your computers, the screens in your cars, smart tv’s and more).

Software Engineers are one of the main team members of these product teams. The other two main members are usually Product Managers and Product Designers. 

How much they make

The average salary of an entry level software engineer is around $80,000/year and after a couple years of experience can go up to an average of $130,000/year. 

The goal of this curriculum is to help your child start early to get ahead of the curve.

Students will develop
5 applications

a Roblox Game

A fully functional Roblox game that is will be live on Roblox servers for others to play.

A fully functional Roblox game that is will be live on Roblox servers for others to play.

a Web Application

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, game, etc…)

Students have the choice in the types of app they want to build (i.e. social media, web3, ecommerce, game, etc…)

a Discord Bot

Students will build a bot application that can be used in Discord.

Students will build a bot application that can be used in Discord.

a Website

Students will build a fully functional website.

Students will build a fully functional website.

an Artificial Intelligence/
Machine Learning Application

Students will build an application using AI/Machine Learning.

Students will build an application using AI/Machine Learning.

How it works

Designed to with the goal of helping teens land that paid opportunity.

Computational Thinking

Teens learn how to think like software engineers, solve problems within their software applications, and communicate their code to team members. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.

Computational Thinking

Teens learn how to think like software engineers, solve problems within their software applications, and communicate their code to team members. 

Professional Portfolio

Employers will always look at a candidates portfolio before their resume to see whether the candidate has the capabilities to do the job.

Interviewing & Applying

Helping students prepare for the series of interviews that candidates go through after the initial conversation usually with a recruiter.