2 in-person training days
of 6 hours each
for educators and volunteers
This program aims to train educators to launch our Innovation Soft Skills (ISS) training to high school and university students. Our goal is to make the ISS training scalable for many students and ensure that other educators can effectively conduct the training to increase students’ engagement and results in their educational institutions. This course can be conducted in-person for a group of at least 6 teachers or volunteers with a FoodAdvice specialist.
6 months of hands-on work with best industry experts
This program aims to help student teams to gain entrepreneurial skills and launch their own FoodTech startups together with top industry experts. The curriculum includes customer development, MVP ideation and testing, product and business strategy development, fundraising. The program lasts for 6 months starting from ISS training and finishing with Demo Day for students to work and pitch their startups to investors.
11 in-person lessons of 120 minutes each
for students 14+ years old
This program aims to help students to improve their systems thinking, communication, teamwork, pitching and creative thinking skills. FoodAdvice teachers conduct the program using a board game about the food industry called FoodAdvice, a teacher's book, and presentations for each of the program's lessons. Students also do video and quiz homework after each class.