Unlock Your Potential, Join the Student Challenge!
Students, step up your game with the Student Challenge! Let us help you build valuable skills while enjoying a free pass to the TechChill already in April. All you need to do is finish three student workshops – easy peasy!
What’s Student Challenge?
Unlock the Secrets of the Startup World with the Student Challenge! Immerse yourself in a series of sessions that offer an inside view of the startup world from the perspective of successful founders. Learn how to develop game-changing ideas and pitch them effectively!
What to expect?
First of all – Gain experience!
The Student Challenge workshops are divided into three parts:
⚡️Get inspired by the start-up journey and gain valuable insights from successful founders;
⚡️Learn how to build your own startup step by step;
⚡️Master the art of pitching and networking.
During the workshops, experienced ecosystem players, founders and industry experts will share their knowledge, encouraging the students to become a part of the startup ecosystem and the tech world.
Complete the Student Challenge and attend TechChill for free
Those who can prove that they are truly driven will get to attend the best event for learning the ropes of technology and the startup world in the Baltics. The event gives a unique opportunity to learn from international experts, make new contacts, and meet your future partners or employers.
March 13 | Get inspired by the startup journey and gain valuable insights from successful founders.
March 22 | Learn how to build your own startup step by step.
March 29 | Master the art of pitching and networking.
✔ Deadline for applications for the whole workshop cycle is March 6, 2023
✔ Challenges are meant for individuals, not teams. One application per person.
✔ All students with a valid Student ID up to 26 years old can apply, both full and part-time.
✔ Proof of student status will be required upon receiving the Student Pass.
✔ Student Passes are personalized and are non-transferable.
✔ Applicants’ privacy is guaranteed; none of the applications will be made public, but will only be accessed and seen by the challenge judges.