What is Prosper Hall?
A place for children between the ages of 6 to 10 to freely engage in a space that treats them as independent learners and creatives.
Pilot program starting in late March 2019 in Tokyo.
To cultivate the next generation of interculturally aware and competent future innovators and leaders by targeting children with globally-minded parents.
Encouraging the adaption of socio-emotional skills
We plan to arrange a wide variety of workshops that emphasizes on developing socio-emotional skills through exposure to diversity, in collaboration with EDGEof's extensive networks with embassies, artists and innovators. These workshops revolve around cultural exchange, expression of creativity and awareness of global issues.
Learning through cultural exchange
Engaging workshops that emphasize the understanding of other cultures through interaction
Workshop participants are mostly bilingual, and accompanied by globally-minded parents
Community for kids and parents
A shared space for internationally diverse children and parents to gather and share personal experiences
Backed by an ecosystem of innovators and change makers
Supported by the GameChangers of EDGEof ecosystem who truly believe in fostering talented young minds and leaders of the future.
Parents are welcome to join EDGEof community events with prior registration.
Previous events include: TEDxShibuya, Social Innovation Japan, Digi Lab etc.
A GameChangers' Studio
Prosper Hall is located at the heart of Shibuya in EDGEof - eight floors of space designed to foster sincere communication and relationships around the GameChangers ecosystem, enabling deep trust and collaboration.
EDGEof conducts workshops, events, community gatherings, and bring in select collaborators to work out of the space.
Daniel is a pioneer on the untapped power of technology to engage and transform since the 70s when he started building games and apps on a calculator at age 7. He was the senior developer on SimCity and CEO/co-founder of Total Entertainment Network, an early online community bought by Electronic Arts, and has done innovation work with the EPA and WHO.
He began angel investing in 1997 with Ellie Mae, which went public in 2011.
He has been advising and supporting entrepreneurs who are making big, systemic changes using technology, with a focus on an inclusive, prosperous, abundant world.
He has a BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and studied Cognitive Neuroscience at Columbia.
Francis Therese Calalang
Francis is currently a senior majoring in Economics at Waseda University in Tokyo. Born in the Philippines and mainly raised around South East Asia, she identifies as a third culture kid from living in the Philippines, United States, China, Japan, Thailand, and Malaysia.
Her multicultural experience from different educational backgrounds drives her to empower children and young talent to find learning beyond the traditional classroom setting by leading the Prosper Hall program.
Register now for a visit!
Open times: Monday - Friday / 2pm-6pm
*Closed on first Monday of the month
(Special workshop schedules will be announced separately)
Price: It's all free!
In exchange, we expect feedback and advice on what children would like to see more in the space to make their learning experience better
For workshop collaborations
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Activity or workshop suggestions? Feedback?
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EDGEof 1-11-3 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0041