Date: Wednesday, June 13th, 2018
Location: Runway Incubator
1355 Market Street #488
San Francisco, CA
6:00pm | Check-In and Appetizers
6:45pm | Welcome Remarks
7:00pm | Cohort Pitches
8:30pm | Drinks and Networking
REGISTER HERE: bit.ly/MRC2demo
About the Program
The Michelson Runway Accelerator will be hosting their 2nd annual Demo Day Showcase, featuring 9 incredible edtech companies tackling issues around equity, access, affordability, and efficacy in postsecondary education. Enjoy appetizers, drinks, all-star pitches, and great conversation with fellow ed champions!
MICHELSON RUNWAY COHORT 2
APL nextED: A comprehensive Faculty Management Solution (FMS) for managing faculty work flow and data.
Gooroo: An online marketplace that connects students to qualified tutors. Students can discover, book, and manage sessions, all within the Gooroo web and mobile apps.
MeasureOne: Enabling the use of personal and academic data to streamline institutional admissions and placement; provide meaningful access to financial services for a population with no credit history; and uniquely inform internship and career opportunities.
NameCoach: The world’s first platform for more respectful and inclusive interactions through enabling accurate name pronunciation and gender identification.
NexusEdge: AI-driven lifelong career navigation platform designed to help students discover their career paths and assist employers in building a pipeline of candidates that meet their specific expectations.
Osmosis: A personalized learning platform and comprehensive video library that is educating the world’s health force.
Qualified: A platform designed to identify and assess developer talent through its automated Code Assessments and Live Interview tool, accelerating the recruiting process and saving clients time and money.
TheWhether by Better Weekdays: A personalized career guide for college students, making it easy for employers to attract, engage, and hire diverse talent.
Year On: A structured gap year program that provides coaching to better prepare students for success before they enter higher education.