Mark Cloutier has been named CEO of the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter. San Francisco Foundations Mark Cloutier has been named CEO of the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter. Cloutier will leave his position as program director for public policy, community health and civic engagement at the San Francisco Foundation, where he served for two years. Before that, he was a principal at Sellers ...
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An Indian immigrant is set to become the most accomplished hacker in US as he is being paid for dropping college studies and engaging himself in Silicon Valley's entrepreneurial environment.
Diwank Singh Tomer, 19 has enrolled himself with the Facebook's first investor and the co-founder and former CEO of PayPal, Peter Thiel, who is paying 100,000 dollars to 20 teenagers to launch a business of their own, ABC News reports.
Tomer, who is designing an interactive learning environment with funding from the Thiel Foundation, had dropped out from an Indian University after continuing only for less than a month when the computer science major realized that he can launch a startup to help people learn to code while learning coding basics himself.
Tomer said that he believes that dropping out is an important part of the growing up process, adding that instead of promoting students to ask questions, traditional Indian schools force the students to only appear smart.
The unconventional entrepreneur also said that people learn best when they have access to mentors and the ability to learn in a way that suits them.
The Thiel Foundation mentors the young entrepreneurs during the two year fellowship as they pursue advance studies and practices in everything from robotics to fashion but does not entitle them to join school or get employed during the period without special approval from the foundation. ...
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