You are invited to a webinar hosted by Stanford Alumnus Pulkit Agarwal
Learn how to prepare your kids for the future and give them a head start by introducing them to coding; the literacy of the 21st century.
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2023
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
McKinsey predicts that 375 million jobs will be displaced by automation and AI by 2030. Many of the jobs that today’s kids will be doing in the future don’t exist yet. Coding is the future. These ideas are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how we need to adapt our kids’ education and equip them with the tools to not only survive but thrive in the 21st century. But how? Should all kids learn to code? How can this skill make you stand out? Can coding portfolios help you get admission into top schools?
These are the questions Pulkit Agarwal, Stanford Alumni and CEO of coding school Strive Math, will grapple with over a one-hour Zoom seminar.
About the speaker
Pulkit Agarwal (https://www.linkedin.com/in/agarwalpulkit
) is one of the youngest to graduate from Stanford University with an MBA at the age of 25. Business Insider identified him as one of the “five rising stars from Stanford Graduate School of Business’ class of 2020”. In 2015, he graduated ranked 1st out of 5794 students from Georgia Institute of Technology with a perfect 4.0 GPA, earning the award of Mechanical Engineer of the Year.
Pulkit has since dedicated himself to making education more joyful and meaningful for students in Singapore. He has helped hundreds of students get into their dream schools through SAT test prep, and most recently, started a cutting-edge, venture-backed EdTech startup, Strive Math, where they are reimagining coding and STEM education for kids aged 8 to 16.