SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hack Reactor, the leader in technology education, announced Cofounder Shawn Drost will deliver a keynote speech at the 2015 Silicon Valley Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (SVIEF) on September 26th at 4:35pm PDT. Drost will speak at SVIEF’s session, “US-China Education Innovative Summit,” and will inform attendees about the rise of Accelerated Learning Programs (ALPs) and the prioritization of successful student employment outcomes. The weekend-long forum promotes business partnerships and fosters innovation to connect the United States and Asia-Pacific region. SVIEF is a leading venue in the industry that provides a platform for talent, technology and capital exchange. As a keynote speaker at SVIEF, Drost will be among US Congresswoman Judy Chu, entrepreneur and tech investor Ashton Kutcher, and Google X founder Sebastian Thrun.
Hack Reactor Cofounder Shawn Drost will deliver a keynote speech, titled “Computer Science Education in the era of Internet,” at the 2015 Silicon Valley Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum.
Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054 (Grand Ballroom G,H)
Keynote speech: Saturday, September 26, 4:35pm – 5:00pm PDT
(Session 4: US-China Education Innovative Summit, 3:30pm – 05:30pm)
The postsecondary system has been asked to adopt the charter of career education, but it has resisted this mandate from students, business leaders, and even the President of the United States. This central demand to recognize the need for career education affected a diverse group of players in education and ultimately pushed all edtech companies to adapt to this trend. Drost’s keynote presentation will advise attendees on how the ALP phenomenon has influenced this product pivot in the edtech sector.
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