SkoolAide has been accepted into the Innovate Charlotte Venture Mentoring Service (VMS) Program, based off of the renowned program at MIT. Innovate Charlotte VMS selects innovation-driven companies in the Charlotte region with proven success.
SkoolAide was unanimously accepted into the program after a thorough application and interview process. The EdTech startup will soon be paired with mentors and a broad network of Charlotte entrepreneurial experts that will support SkoolAide in its growth in the Charlotte region and beyond.
“Our goal is to bring our platform to more students, parents, and educators across the country. Our proven success in the Charlotte region, in addition to communities in South Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin, has given students the motivation they need to improve their academic and behavioral performance,” said founder Reg Gabriel.
SkoolAide Inc. creates gamified goal setting software that engages students in their own academic and behavioral growth. With SkoolAide, students set short-term academic or behavioral goals, identify potential incentives for reaching those goals, build a team of supportive parents and mentors to hold them accountable, and assess potential career options to ensure their goals build a path to the successful future they see for themselves. SkoolAide is proud to be a minority and woman-owned business and supports students through schools and mentoring organizations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Texas, and beyond.