AlligatorZone® is where kids meet cool startups. On February 4, 2019, Andrew Sutherland, Founder and CTO, Quizlet, a software that allows anyone to create sets of flashcards, games and learning tools and share them with friends, classmates and students for learning together, (www.Quizlet.com), presented his work to kids and teens at AlligatorZone at the Fremont Main Library in Fremont, CA.
In this conversation with Caden C, a young volunteer, coached as part of a free leadership coaching initiative called AlligatorZone Ambassadors, Mr. Sutherland talks about the early days of his startup journey with Quizlet and more.
AlligatorZone® is a free face-to-face community of kids, teens, their families and educators interested in getting inspired by innovators who are creating the future, to better prepare themselves for the future of work. Members of AlligatorZone families gather in public spaces with the support of libraries or city officials. AlligatorZone® events make for a very uplifting and supportive enriched alternative learning environment.
Membership is free for families at AlligatorZone®, to which, discerning members can add premium plans to get more out of the community. Visit http://www.AlligatorZone.org/membership to learn more.
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