On top of a network, students marinate in startup culture, which can vary wildly from that of the corporate world. At big companies, employees are all racing to the top. But startups are all about teamwork...
"The Startup Institute wants to train you to work, thrive at a startup" January 2014
If you’re looking to hone a specific skill, a one-off skills school is perfectly fine, but if you’re really looking to break away from wherever you’re working now, whatever you want to do, the best place for you is the Startup Institute—because you’re going to not only get the skills, but you’re going to be immersed in a situation which is going to be as close as you can possibly get to working in a startup, without actually working in one.
—Tom Hughes, Co-Founder of IdeaLab,
Creative Director for Apple,
Director of Creative Development at Lotus,
Senior Art Director at Polaroid,
Instructor at Startup Institute (since 2012)
We partner with high-growth companies to help people find meaningful jobs.
Uniquely positioned at the center of startup ecosystems in Boston, New York, and Chicago, we'll connect you to the network of people, companies, and opportunities to find a job you’ll love.
Programming can be learned on your own. Motivation and learning to work with others is a different story. Startup Institute helped put me in a room with other passionate and driven individuals who taught me how to collaborate and pushed me to want to get better. I find that experience to be invaluable in my day-to-day work.
— Brice Lin, Software Engineer at Spotify
We bring great people together to learn, grow, and celebrate.