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What We Do

Inspirit AI aims to inspire curiosity in elementary and middle school students globally, by exposing them to the defining technology of our times. We provide small, live, online, courses in AI with a focus on web development, mobile development, and more – getting students interested in applying cutting-edge technology for social good.

This program, developed and taught exclusively by a team of alumni and students from Stanford, MIT, and Harvard, provides a background in programming fundamentals, initiating AI-inspired projects, and general mentorship.

Our Mission

Why Enroll?

Our mission at Inspirit Scholars is to expose tomorrow’s engineers, designers, and creators to the defining technology of our times: Artificial Intelligence. AI is already present everywhere in our voice-activated devices, smartphone face recognition systems, and autonomous vehicles. The potential to apply this technology for good is limitless.

Inspirit Scholars’ four consecutive programs allow students to explore AI concepts, coding fundamentals, design basics, storytelling, and game design under the mentorship of industry experts – Stanford, MIT, and Ivy League students and alumni.



Our Course Offerings

Regardless of where your student is in their technical education, Inspirit Scholars has a program expertly designed to fit their experience and excitement about the world of coding, design, and AI!

Featured Courses

AI Creators

Students build AI apps using block-based programming tools including Scratch and Thunkable. As students learn about the concepts and ethical challenges behind AI and the basics of programming, they train and deploy machine learning models for self-driving cars, therapy chatbots, face recognition, and more!

We are now accepting applications for our spring and summer cohorts!

Featured Courses

AI Pioneers

Students dive into training AI to understand language, fight COVID-19, drive independently, and more! As they learn to program AI in Python and RunDexter, they apply algorithms to real-world datasets, discuss AI ethics and applications, and build interactive web apps to deploy their machine learning models.

We are now accepting applications for our spring and summer cohorts!

Featured Courses

AI Adventurers

Students learn how to use block-based coding programs to tell stories with code. Create your own mini-games, puzzles, and animate characters to act out stories of your own.

Erica’s interests lie in human-computer interaction and computer vision. She previously researched how we can use machine learning to enable creativity.

Erica Yuen

Instructor MS, MIT

Kayla Holman

Curriculum Developer, Instructor

Emmy Li


Nabib enjoys learning about mathematics behind ML and AI systems, and has worked on projects in computer vision and econometrics.

Nabib Ahmed

Instructor MS, MIT

Daniela is passionate about K-12 education and has taught math and computer science to students all over the world.


Director of Curriculum MS, MIT


Meet The Team

The founding team and faculty consist of academic experts and industry professionals with research and entrepreneurial expertise in AI from Stanford University, MIT, and other top universities.

Check out some of our instructors on the left!


What students say about us

Ally Bush

Seattle, Washington

“The Inspirit AI camp was incredible! I not only learned about coding, but also formed connections with three project teammates from around the world. Attending this camp helped me realize my passion for STEM and AI, and my teachers happily supplied resources for me to pursue it further!”

Amanya Sahney

Mumbai. India

“In this program, I was intrigued by all the applications AI has to offer. I searched up more on these particular topics and am considering pursuing computer science further.”

Jeremy Lu

Saratoga, CA

“I was lucky enough to participate in one of Insipirit’s AI camps and learn concepts such as reinforcement learning, neural networks, and more in workshops and everyday lessons. I later applied these concepts in my own project.”