Digital literacy and education platform Summit Education has announced it will be launching an educational app called Educate.
The app will offer a wide range of content including online education, a bachelor’s degree, and a comprehensive sexuality education degree.
The platform is launching its platform to coincide with the International Day of Men and Boys in Education, which is held on January 25, 2018.
“We’ve seen so much interest in education in the US.
We’ve seen a lot of demand for an educational platform for men, women, LGBTQIA+ and trans people, so we thought this was an opportunity to really engage with that audience,” Summit’s CEO, Brian Wieser, told theScore.
“As a society we have a lot to learn from this event, but we also have a huge amount of work to do to create inclusive spaces for men to be empowered.”
Wiesers app will focus on a broad range of topics including online literacy, dating, dating apps, relationships, men and boys, and more.
The company is also launching a video series, which will feature men’s stories from around the world.
The series will also focus on how to find a partner who shares your values.
The video series will feature stories from people who have been through similar experiences, like gay men, transgender men, and black men.
Wieses app will also offer an educational certificate, which includes a certificate in online education.
“Our goal with the education platform is to provide a platform for anyone, regardless of their gender, to be educated on topics that can help them connect with other men, even if they are not as knowledgeable as they might like to think they are,” Wiessers CEO said.
“A few years ago, we were able to get a $1,000 scholarship for the first ever $1m-worth of online education in our country.”
The company hopes to reach out to men and lesbians, and to provide content for men’s education to women and transgender people.
The first video series for the education app will be released in the first quarter of 2019.
Woeser hopes to have more content coming out in the future.
“The first step is educating men, which means educating all genders, but especially for women, who have a unique perspective,” he said.
Wineser is also working on a dating app that will offer online dating, but it will not be a dating website.
He said he hopes to get some funding from the community for this app.
The goal of the education company is to be a resource for men who want to learn more about relationships.
“Education can be a tool for them to learn, but a lot is being missed out in education today,” he told the Score.
“It’s an educational process for men that they can use to learn about themselves, and men that have the opportunity to learn how to navigate relationships with a partner of their own choosing.”
Summit has already received support from many prominent tech and philanthropic companies, including Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and Spotify.
In addition to Wiesen and Wiesner, the company has also partnered with tech entrepreneurs, including Peter Thiel, Peter Thiel Capital, and the Thiel Foundation.
Wrieser said the company aims to have 50% of its revenue from education coming from outside the US, as well as a goal of reaching 100% of the population by 2020.
“This is the largest opportunity we’ve had in a long time to reach the people we care about,” Woesers cofounder Michael Krumholz said.
Summit will be open to all genders and orientations, and will also provide an opportunity for users to learn new skills, such as writing online, or learning to code.
Wiveser said he is confident the platform will make an impact, and is already planning on launching a beta version of the app.
“At Summit, we believe in a lot more than just a single platform.
We believe that education and leadership are all about the people that make the biggest difference in the world,” Wriesers cofounders wrote in a press release.
“That’s why we’re focused on building a community of like-minded people who share our values and want to help each other succeed.
We’re excited to continue working with our community, and looking forward to sharing more exciting news with you as we roll out the app.”
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