Streaming live on #StartupLab, The Starter League, co-founder Mike McGee will answer questions from readers TOMORROW -- Thursday, October 17th -- at 3 p.m. Eastern (12 p.m. Pacific). During the hour-long #StartupLab live chat presented by Citi, Mike will appear live via video chat broadcast on our Facebook app. Click here to RSVP>>
Mike McGee is the co-founder of The Starter League, an inperson school in Chicago that teaches beginners how to code and design web apps in 3 months. Before The Starter League, Mike's greatest claim to fame was that his High School mascot was a pretzel. He went to Northwestern for four years where he spent two years being a student and two years in student government - miraculously becoming Student Body President Senior year. In Spring 2011, Mike decided to turn down Obama for America (his first real job offer) to co-found The Starter League.
#StartupLab is a free virtual mentorship program created by The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of hundreds of America’s most successful young entrepreneurs. #StartupLab takes YEC's mission to help more people start successful businesses to the next level by offering millions of entrepreneurs direct access to YEC members through interactive video chats, email lessons and a library of how-to articles, videos and eBooks. Whether you're just starting up, a current business owner, or you run an organization that supports entrepreneurs, sign up for #StartupLab today for real-world advice from some of the coolest entrepreneurs on the planet.
Don’t forget to check #StartupLab tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern (12 p.m. Pacific), when Mike will answer your questions live via video chat.
Photo courtesy of Mike McGee.