7 weeks, 16 Events, 35 Companies and 26 students
Galvanize Boulder, our third campus, officially opened its doors 6 weeks ago; somewhere around 18 months in the making we are thrilled to call Boulder our new home/family/community.
On May 12th 2014, the first day of Boulder Startup Week we welcomed our first four suite members, ranging from a team of 3 to a team of 20, Ramen, Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, Splick.it and Cloudspace were there first community members to move in. One week, 9 BSW events and 1,000 people later, and the next wave of community members began working out of Galvanize Boulder. Inaugural perm and hot desk members include – Up On Adventure, Varsity, Trunkit, Hops, SocialGist, 6px, Luke’s Circle, Kytheram, 23rd Studios, and many more passionate entrepreneurs totaling 35 companies total. We have quickly grown into a tight knit community of entrepreneurs who erupt into spontaneous collaboration or discussion, the passion is tangible, and the ping pong skills are stellar.
It wouldn’t be a Galvanize community without 24 super motivated gSchool students learning the skills necessary to be highly successful developers, and 3 experienced instructors dedicated to teaching the next generation of coders.
“Attending gSchool is turning out to be one of the hardest things I have ever done, and, one of the most fulfilling. Having teachers who love what they do and love passing on their knowledge and real-world programming experience is invaluable. And to top it all off, to have the Galvanize community to help us grow and succeed is proving to be the best thing of all.” – Lori Moehn
“In a little over three months at Galvanize’s gSchool my software engineering tool belt has grown dramatically. With excellent instruction and a talented cohort of classmates I’m highly confident as I move towards becoming a professional coder.” – Gerard Cote
If you are interested in space at Galvanize Boulder please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or join us for a tour Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10am.
Entrepreneurship can be lonely. Welcome Home!