Juni Learning, a San Francisco, CA-based online learning platform that offers private coding courses for kids taught by live instructors, closed a $790K angel funding.
– Arielle Zuckerberg, early stage investor;
– Jessica Livingston, Co-founder of Y Combinator;
– Adora Cheung, Partner at Y Combinator; and
– Deborah Quazzo, Managing Partner at GSV AcceleraTE.
The company will use the funds to grow its team of instructors, engineers and product developers, as well as continuing to expand its platform capabilities and course offerings.
Founded by Vivian Shen and Ruby Lee in July 2017, Juni Learning offers an extensive computer science curriculum for kids aged 5 – 18. Their online classes feature a 1:1 student/teacher ratio and are personalized for each student based on age and prior experience.
The company chooses instructors from top computer science universities in the country to teach the fundamentals of coding, including:
– Java, and
– web programming.
Juni Learning teaches thousands of classes every month to students in 27 U.S. states and 10 countries.