Tag: alumni

Antonio Chiappetta

Antonio – iOS Superstar Revolutionising User Experiences

Our latest community member, Antonio, is a Human Computer Interaction and Design major, made in Aalto University. What sets Antonio apart is his passion for the Apple world. This is what led him to get hired by Elevate Labs in San Francisco as an iOS Engineering Intern. However, this is

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Android developer from Aalto University now working at UnifyID in San Francisco through Startuplifers

Dat – An Android Developer Putting Your Personal Safety First

Meet Dat, the incredibly talented Android developer with entrepreneurship in his blood, joining the Startuplifers community. He’s double powered with a Bachelor’s in International Business, and a Master’s in Information and Service Management at Aalto University. As a result, his superpower is in business analytics and data science. We first

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Henri - Meru Health

Henri – Making Healthcare Work For Everyone

Say hello to Henri, who’s hopped onboard the Startuplifers journey to San Francisco. He is about to graduate with a Master’s in Industrial Engineering and Management from Aalto University. Henri’s majoring in Strategy and Venturing, and currently adding the final touches to his thesis on ecosystems and propositions. Henri joined

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Meet the Startuplifers Alumni – Nine Stories of Learning

Startuplifers was founded for the purpose of practical learning. The idea behind was that students and recent graduates could experience the startup culture by working in a startup. During our 8-year existence, we have sent over 200 curious people to tech internships around the globe to experience the fast-paced startup

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Life after life – Michelle

This internship can change your career and the way you see the future. I ended up in Silicon Valley under rather unusual circumstances. During my 4th year of studying architecture at Aalto, I acquired an arm injury that made studying extremely difficult. While researching new technology that could help me,

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