Education, Social Impact

Unreasonable Institute Early Childhood Development Accelerator

Millions of kids ages 0-5 from low-income families in the United States don’t have access to the education, healthcare, and information they need to break the cycle of poverty. But studies show that early intervention can have long-lasting positive impact for children from low-income homes.

To address this challenge, BFI Outreach Partner Unreasonable Institute is launching a new accelerator program – the Early Childhood Development Accelerator. This is the institute’s first foray into vertically-focused programs, and is geared toward US-based entrepreneurs working to improve the lives of low-income children aged 0-5.

The program will take place in Denver, Colorado from June 19th-24th, 2016. The application deadline is April 1.

For full details about the program, click here.