Prepare your child for a constantly evolving future.
Apollo is a live-cohort program where kids ages 10-13 meet weekly to learn about topics & fields shaping the world while building real-world projects.
Limited spots available for our 2024 cohorts.
*No credit card required to apply.
If your kid isn't exploring,
they're walking into tomorrow blindfolded.
By high school, kids are expected to choose classes and electives that serve as prerequisites for college. At 15, college counselors will ask them to pick a passion, narrow their extracurriculars, and go deep in one area to prepare for personal essays. At 17, kids choose a college major and field.
These decisions are extremely stressful for students without proper guidance and leaves them feeling confused, overwhelmed and uninspired. Many haven't been exposed to anything exciting or don't know how to turn their hobbies into a career.
Too many kids are walking into their future blindfolded, not knowing where their learning path is even taking them. They end up as adults stuck in careers they aren't passionate about.
Apollo was born out of a simple but powerful truth: the world is changing faster than traditional education can keep up with. At Apollo, we spark kids curiosity by showing them their limitless potential and set them up to shape their own futures.
Elevate their potential
by broadening their horizons
🚀 Explore careers in fields that will shape tomorrow
🛠️ Build real solutions solving real problems
🤝 Exposure to the people they want to become
Embark on an exploration journey through Apollo Missions
Every 2 months your kid will embark on a new adventure to explore a future-shaping topic and go deep into it through interactive workshops and projects.
Mission 1: Business & Entrepreneurship
In this mission, students will learn what a business is, roles in the business world, and launch a small business of their own! In the first 4 weeks, kids take on marketing, business operations, and finance challenges to experience the day to day of marketers, project managers, consultants, and investment bankers. Next, kids spend a month launching and monetizing their first small business while learning ideation, sales, and pitching along the way. This mission will conclude with a Shark Tank pitch to judges who are business professionals.
Mission 2: Engineering & Technology
Help your kid get a head-start into tomorrow by diving deep into the world of software engineering, hardware engineering, and AI. Learn the ins and outs talking to computers, master logical reasoning, and use these skills to hack on projects. You don't need to know how to code to leverage tech - students will get to experience what engineering is like on the job by building technical solutions to problems with both code and no-code. This mission will conclude with an AI hackathon presented to industry expert mentors.
Mission 3: Science & Healthcare
Explore a multitude of careers in the science and healthcare fields from those that kids are familiar with, like doctors, to researchers at the forefront of innovation in Longevity and Biotechnology. In these sessions, kids will learn about Prevention, Diagnostics and Treatment based careers and participate in simulations to stop the spread of diseases. Students will learn about holistic health and how to analyze lab data. By the end of the mission, students will publish a research article on Substack on an important Health issue.
Mission 4: Arts & Entertainment
This mission is all about expressing yourself, understanding your unique place in the world, and what careers are possible for creators. Kids will be given tools to make something distinctly theirs, build a creative portfolio, and learn about what it takes to build a personal brand and business. Careers we will explore in this mission are roles in media, fashion, entertainment, and arts and culture.
Mission 5: World Affairs & Politics
Embark on an earth-saving mission that equips you with the knowledge and tools to make a real impact. Kids will learn about some of the most pressing challenges they will have to face in their lifetime regardless of their career path. Experience the growing fields of working in climate change, agriculture, space exploration, and other emerging fields. This mission will conclude with a Model UN delegation and debate with external guests.
Expanding your child’s world view
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Apollo Missions start dates below
Mission Duration: 4 months Frequency: 1x week sessions Length: 90 minutes
7:00pm - 8:30pm EST
Trusted by parents and kids worldwide
“The unique advantage of this program is how they infuse valuable life skills like mindfulness, presentation skills and plenty of exposure opportunities.”
“I have gained so much more confidence and strengths in presenting in front of an audience.”
“The Explore program prepares children for our dynamic world by exploring activities, skills, and mindsets to become resilient and adaptable to tackle new challenges, find solutions, and chart new paths!”
“Over the program I’ve become more curious and have noticed that I now like to search up different questions and really go in depth in doing research about them.”
“Apollo is an empowerment program. It channels students curiosity towards learning about the world while stretching their creativity to solve problems.”
“I love this program because we play awesome games and then can learn about key mindsets and how to relate it all back to life!”
How Apollo is different than other programs:
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Curiosity is the spark
for building a life of purpose
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In each 90-minute session, students will explore a career by experiencing it through an activity, challenge, or interactive simulation. For example, in the Business & Entrepreneurship Mission, students will build a social media campaign using Canva to understand what marketers do and participate in a stock market simulation to understand what finance professionals do. In each mission, students will also have a final project that accumulates the skills they learned "on the job." In the second month of each Mission, students may have 30-minute working sessions with coaching to work on these projects.
Apollo helps kids in grades 6-8 figure out what they're interested in and not interested in regarding career direction. Most career guidance sucks because it's taught by people who have never done a career outside of teaching or counseling. Our challenges are built in collaboration with professionals actually working at the forefront of different exciting industries and we carefully picked out the fields that will matter most in the next 10-20 years. We help kids deeply understand what they will be doing and thinking about in each role to make an informed decision about what to dive deeper into, study in high school and beyond, and pursue in the future.
The monthly tuition is $300USD per month or $900 USD per mission (4 months). Each new Apollo mission spans four months, covering future-critical topics.