After an amazing year of programming and countless hours of planning, the 2018 cohort of Mentor2Mentor is now complete! During the spring semester, our high school participants from DaVinci Schools spent their weekend creating ways to tackle systemic issues in the Los Angeles area.
2018 was hailed as the “Year of the Woman” thanks to a wellspring of social movements, record-breaking political victories, and corporate leadership shake-ups (not to mention Chrissy Teigen’s social media prowess).
Waking up this morning to the news of another mass shooting brings out many emotions that I have become all too familiar with over the past decade.
The truth is – and I’m sure you already knew this – scaling your startup is hard.
Many Los Angeles locals face the same challenges of truly understanding their current health status.
As someone who grew up in the Los Angeles public school system, I always was so fascinated by stories of the Gold Rush.
This November, Americans across the nation will have the opportunity to cast their vote in the midterm elections.
ScaleLA’s healthcare focus is taking the next step forward by launching a member’s only healthcare startup studio in West Los Angeles.
Before reading this article, please note that there is no agenda in this piece and the thoughts expressed in this piece are those of the author and not necessarily representative of ScaleLA as an organization.
Entrepreneurs throw around the word “disrupt” as casually as “innovate” or “iterate.