Startupcollege programme is inviting students from India instituted by the Start-up Village Collective (SV. CO) has partnership with Facebook. As many as thirty-one student start-up founders from six states are on a week-long visit to Silicon Valley to learn from the best at the TechMecca. The students from various Engineering colleges who have initiated their own start-up projects and have enrolled with SV.CO’s digital program were send to one week-long visit to showcase their prototypes, learn product development and skills, and get exposure to the world class startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley.
The week-long program where the students will visit offices of Google, Intel, Silicon Valley Bank, Freshworks, Zendesk and Bootup Ventures; and attend startup workshops at the North Eastern University and Google Launchpad. Rajeev Madhavan, leading entrepreneur turned venture capitalist will share with the students his insights.
The largest single Indian student start-up delegation to visit the Silicon Valley, were welcomed by the City Council of Menlo Park and housed at Menlo College. They will visit the Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park where they will have a pitch session and get feedback from experts at the social media giant. It is to give the students a world class global exposure very early in life so that they can be more confident, motivated and get the ability to dream bigger. The SV.CO, a first-of-its-kind digital platform with a mission is to build a world class learning platform for students.