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We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here!
1 Million Cups
Wednesday, June 1; 9-10am
Nine Network of Public Media, Midtown
1 Million Cups is a free, weekly national program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs. Developed by the Kauffman Foundation, 1MC is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee. This Week: Savvy Coders
Wednesday, June 1; 6-8pm
LaunchCode’s Mentor Center, Central West End
CoderGirl is building a network of support for aspiring female coders. Participants, ranging from beginners to long-time programmers, hone their skills alongside fellow aspiring developers and female mentors from companies like Boeing, MasterCard, and Enterprise.
OPO Startup Wednesdays: Apple for Your Business Needs
Wednesday, May 25; 5:30-8pm
OPO Startups, St. Charles
Learn what tools and services Apple provides to small businesses, entrepreneurs and startups!
The Venture Cafe Gathering
Thursday, May 26; 3-8pm
4240 Duncan Ave, Cortex
The weekly Thursday Venture Cafe Gathering of innovators and entrepreneurs. A place for serendipitous collisions to occur. Each week a series of breakout sessions are planned to engage your brain and share your thoughts.
–Crowdfund Investing for All presented by Sewell Law
–Let’s Debate! presented by Motion
–One Health: A Solution Based Approach for Human Health and Wildlife Conservation presented by Missouri Cures Education Foundation
–Why Millennials fail to stay put presented by Connect Global
–Office Hours with Amy Ribick & Bill Gogel presented by Brown Smith Wallace
Arch Reactor: High Altitude Balloon Launch
Saturday, May 4; 3-5pm
St. Louis Public Library Julia Davis Branch – Auditorium
Attendees will be able to find out what happened during the Library Balloon Launch from that morning, discover how high altitude balloons are used in STEM education, simulate their own flight with prediction software, make a temperature humidity sensor with the raspberry pi zero, analyze data to discover today’s atmosphere (clouds, temperature, ozone layers) and learn how schools can join other Saint Louis region educators to get involved in the HAB community!
And mark your Calendars for these June events:
June 7: Bring Your Own Fail 3
June 12-13: Distributed: Trade 24-Hour Hackathon
June 13: Missouri Venture Forum’s Roadmap to Entrepreneurship
June 14: Distributed: Trade
June 22: Downtown STL, Inc. Annual Event