The FutureLeague Story
FutureLeague is a Y-Combinator backed startup that teaches kids about coding and engineering through progressive, project-based courses. We believe best way for kids to learn these concepts is in a fun, exploratory way. We've found that while there are some disparate projects out for kids to try coding, there's nothing that really helps them build on their skills and advance to new levels.
We also believe that there are core fundamentals in technology education that go beyond specific programming languages and technical skills. These are what we reinforce at FutureLeague.
FutureLeague accelerates learning by providing a progressive structure through a series of projects, mini-challenges and competitions, along with supportive coaching throughout. Our programs also incorporate soft skills, such as teamwork, creativity, and design thinking.
FutureLeague currently works with thousands of kids in schools throughout the SF Bay Area. Now, your child can experience the same experience from anywhere in the world with our Challenge Boxes which include materials, guided online course materials, and a private video community. Join us today!
Emmie Chang is a serial education entrepreneur, in San Francisco. Emmie previously created the largest summer technology camp in Texas, as well as a math ed-tech software used in over 35 school districts, serving hundreds of thousands of students. She holds a B.S.E.E. from Rice University and an MBA from University of Texas-Austin. She resides in San Francisco, California
Emmie Chang, CEO/Founder
FutureLeague is a Y-Combinator backed company