ConnecPath selected as exhibitor at Startup Grind Global Conference; opportunity offers company a chance to accelerate growth by connecting with investors and industry leaders.
ConnecPath has been recognized as one of the top 10 Edtech Startups of 2017 by Education Technology Insights magazine, wins Edvation Summit 2017, plans spring update for its mobile app.
ConnecPath, an edtech startup helping school counselors get students into colleges 10x faster, closes $150,000 pre-seed round thanks to four angel investors; will invest in UX/UI and growth in user base.
Pioneering education technology start-up, ConnecPath today launches the web version of its successful mobile app as it strives to better connect students with university and career information in the face of chronic guidance counselor shortages.
The trailblazing AI driven Q and A platform ConnecPath, which connects students to the best colleges up to ten times faster than traditional methods, is celebrating after winning an exhibition booth for the prestigious SXSWedu conference in Austin, Texas.
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ConnecPath’s education technology increases college and career readiness for secondary students.
Now students can drill down for important decisions with AI-counselor technology.
In September 2017, ConnecPath launched in Silicon Valley to solve this uneasy journey with a strong passion for career education.
Sub-second, student can find college pathways aligned with their passions.
Founded in September 2017, ConnecPath Inc. is headquartered in Silicon Valley.
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Chatbot + Forum = super fast Q&A platform
Our "chatbot" powered by the latest Artificial Intelligence technology can interact with high schoolers like a human. It answers frequently asked questions relating to college application and career exploration within a second.
If chatbot doesn't know the answers, it transfers the questions to our "Forum" which is securely closed to each high school. Counselors can answer via the forum, and the knowledge is shared with other students.
The chatbot learns from Q&As, so counselors don't have to answer in Forum more than once.