Challenge the status quo of education
inGenius X was founded on the belief that every student deserves the same opportunity to education. We believe that through education, any child in the face of hardship - poverty, tragedy, crime - has the capacity to lift themselves into a better situation then before. As such, we aim to help address two leading issues in education: accessibility and quality. With respect to access, we understand our limitations and responsibility. We recognize that countless digital resources and high-quality material exist on online platforms. Thus, while inGenius X does provide individual learning material hosted in apps, we primarily work to create unique platforms/softwares to personalize and assist in the learning process. Whether it's virtual AI tutors or autonomous lecture assistants, we aim to improve the intimacy of digital learning by personalizing online experience and guiding students to their goals.
By improving learning experience, we hope to guide students in their journeys to educate themselves and educate others. Teach a student, they learn for a day. Teach a student to learn, they learn for a lifetime.
An Excerpt from an interview with Points of Light
WHAT INSPIRES YOU TO VOLUNTEER? Rayan: The summer of 2018, I volunteered in my father’s hometown in rural China, in PingJiang, Hunan to tutor local students every day. My parents had mentioned the educational struggles they faced living in rural China, and I witnessed that firsthand during my mission. These students didn’t have curriculum, textbooks, and were in very large classes. Coming back, I realized that in our modern, digital age I could still help educate students across the globe through mobile apps and online resources. Andrew: I’ve always known that my school in Alexandria, Virginia was historically economically underprivileged, but in my sophomore year, I started to notice that students couldn’t afford backpacks, pencils, the basic necessities. Rayan and I then began to collaborate on how we could combine our skills in digital technology to help these students.
Unique views and visits on 5 published software platforms
Dollars raised from corporate grants, pitch funding, and more
Our work is made possible by the volunteering and contribution from an enthusiastic team of students at the following high schools and universities:
James Madison High SchoolVienna, Virginia
Justice High SchoolAlexandria, Virginia
Thomas Jefferson High School of Science & TechnologyAlexandria, Virginia
Flint Hill SchoolOakton, Virginia
Edison High SchoolAlexandria, Virginia
Massachussetts Institute of TechnologyCambridge, Massachussetts
Centreville High SchoolClifton, Virginia
Falls Church High SchoolFalls Church, Virginia
Harvard UniversityCambridge, Massachussetts
Rayan is a senior at James Madison High School. As a published AI researcher at George Mason University, he applies his experiences as the leader of inGenius X's software development and research initatives.
Andrew is a senior at Justice High School. As a published mobile app developer on all platforms, he applies his experiences as the leader of inGenius X's app development and community outreach initatives.