The 2012 Teens in Tech Conference on August 9th went off well, with hundreds of teenagers both in person and online being inspired by the youth speaking on stage. However, if you unfortunately missed the conference and the live stream, you are still in luck. We finally have video of the conference, separated into ten parts, that we will highlight this week. Stay tuned all week to catch what you missed from this year’s Teens in Tech Conference.
Gregory Koberger was an individual at the Teens in Tech Conference who took a very separate road compared to the other speakers at the conference. While many teens feel that college may prevent them from continuing to grow the amazing things they are up to these days, Koberger gives college more credit to its benefits and importance.
Watch below how on Gregory, former Mozilla employee, tackles this touchy topic among young entrepreneurs. Is college the end-all, be-all guarantee of success, or should we skip the four years and dig right into the industry? Comment below with your thoughts.
In a region of Michigan that is experiencing so much loss, how does Andrew Rauh of Path find the ability to become interested in joining the startup culture and interning for Path? Andrew Rauh, iOS development intern at Path, explains this and more about his plans for the future, post-internship.