What you wish they taught in school

The most interesting club in the world. Find your people and learn about the future.

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Artificial Intelligence
& Consciousness

What three words would you use to describe edgi?

"Inspiring. fun. social."

- Ceci, 11th Grade, Massachusetts, USA

Join a community of students from around the world

Join social events and workshops. Meet new friends with totally different world-views.

California

"I would completely recommend it to anyone. The conversations are so deep and interesting."

Emily

11th Grade, MA, USA

"You get to interact with people who think differently and I feel like we learn stuff that I'd actually use."

Naysa

10th Grade, India

"I feel 10x more comfortable in edgi discussion calls than I do on school ones."

Elena

10th Grade, MA, USA

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Artificial Intelligence
& Consciousness

Financial Literacy
& Cryptocurrency

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Human Progress &
the Future

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Automation & the
Future of Work

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String Theory & the
Nature of Reality

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Billionaires & the Ethics
of Capitalism

Become future-proof

From financial literacy and cryptocurrency to capitalism and the future of work, we focus on the topics that will actually help you in life.

Students 💛 edgi

Meet our founder

I got kicked out of high school when I was eighteen. Five years later I was a professor at NYU, teaching courses on creativity, technology, entrepreneurship and the future of work.

Our education system presents too narrow a path to success. I’m building edgi for the teenage Josh who hated school but would have thrived in an alternative that was exciting and relevant, and gave me a voice in my education.

Josh Shapiro

edgi co-founder & CEO

Josh teaches at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and previously worked on the digital staff for Andrew Yang's presidential campaign.

What edgi students are saying

"I formed close friendships remotely and had an outlet for the questions that traditional schooling hasn’t provided answers to. Edgi...expanded my concept on what education has the potential to be. In doing so I have re-evaluated what is important and engaging to me and developed a deeper confidence in myself."

Lucien

12th Grade Student, Monument Mountain HS

"Normally in school, barely anyone turns on their cameras and mics, but it took me by surprise that everyone was so welcoming and open during our first meeting! I love how close-knit and low-key the structure is and it feels great knowing we were able to unpack something that is very relevant in the future."

Michelle

12th Grade Student, Brooklyn Tech H.S.

"It’s given me so much knowledge about things I never knew about. I think everyone should know about these things for their future. I also have met so many friends and it’s a great place to meet new people and to talk about important things but also bond with people."

Elena

9th Grade Student, Wahconah H.S.

"In edgi everyone is really nice and we can bounce off of each other's ideas which keeps lots of ideas swirling around to think about. I think we all share a lot of opinions and ideas so it's nice to hear it from other people to see how they say what they think."

Medeja

10th Grade Student, Lenox Memorial HS

"I love that in edgi, we are engaging in deep analytical conversations about our futures. There are no lectures, so we are the ones leading these conversations building what we know and what we don’t. I feel so immersed in these discussions."

Sandra

10th Grade Student, LaGuardia H.S.

"I was under the impression remote learning simply didn’t work, but edgi proved that to be wrong. I joined with the intent to explore remote learning and see if it was really possible and ended it with a discussion about the truth and reality of our world."

Julian

10th Grade Student, Monument Mountain HS