Meet your professor
Will Storr knows story. The author of six critically acclaimed books, he’s presented around the world on the science of storytelling. His journalism has appeared in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The New Yorker, and The New York Times (to name just a few).
Meet your live lecturer
Karla Starr is the co-author of Making Numbers Count: The Art and Science of Communicating Numbers with Chip Heath. Her first book, Can You Learn to Be Lucky?, was a Fast Company book of the year. An award-winning science writer and consultant, she has advised organizations worldwide on data communication.
Sprints are condensed, immediately applicable 2- to 3-week online courses taught by top business school professors and internationally recognized thought leaders.
You’ll join a cohort of ambitious, generous professionals who grow alongside you
Our amazing TAs and community managers are here to guide you as you learn
Every sprint ends with a project that applies your learnings to a real problem at work
Section4 courses are built around the tight schedules of busy, full-time professionals.
Sun - Week 1
Mon - Week 1
Tues - Week 1
Weds - Week 1
Thurs - Week 1
Fri - Week 1
TA Live Case Discussion +
Module 3 Released
Sat - Week 1
Sun - Week 2
Optional Networking Event
Mon - Week 2
Module 4 Released
Tues - Week 2
Livestream Class w/ Prof
Weds - Week 2
Thurs - Week 2
TA Office Hours + Guest Lecture
Fri - Week 2
Live Project Workshop
Sat - Week 2
Sun - Week 3
Mon - Week 3
Tues - Week 3
Livestream Class w/ Prof + TA Office Hours
*sample sprint calendar
Say goodbye to doomscrolling through your feeds. Meet ambitious, generous people who will help you grow.
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We design sprints for the busy, full-time professional, but we also get that it can be tough to add yet another thing! One of our core features is flexibility: some students like to keep up day-to-day (expect to spend about 1-2 hours per module), others like to binge over a weekend. Whatever group you belong in, we’ve found that our alumni have been able to sustain this over the 2-3 week period.
You don’t! We record every live session with our professors and make it available for you to replay, at your convenience.
At Section4, we believe in continuous learning, so with every sprint you get complimentary access to live lectures with business thought leaders and a professional network to help you accelerate your growth. Not for you? You can cancel the membership at any time.
Yes, you can cancel your membership at any time and receive a full or partial refund based on whether you have taken the sprint. More questions about our refund policy? Visit our help center to get in touch.
Every student who completes their sprint receives a certificate of completion. Completing the sprint means watching all course content videos and completing the final project. You can print out the certificate or add it to your LinkedIn profile — and feel free to tag @section4 when you share it.
Not in the traditional sense. We provide a sprint workbook and facilitate community interaction, and you don’t have to participate — but we hope you will, as it really brings the materials to life. You’re also not obligated to complete the final project unless you’d like to qualify for a certificate.
Yes! Upon submission, simply flag it as confidential, and we will not share your project beyond the Section4 team.
We can’t guarantee your company will reimburse you, but nearly half of our alumni have reported successful reimbursements. Check out our tips on reimbursement for some positioning ideas and a sample email you can use.
We sure do. Head on over to our scholarships page to learn more and to apply for a scholarship.
Visit our help center and we’ll take care of you!
Yes, live learning with group works for some, but if you’d like to learn on your own schedule, you have the option to watch all course videos on-demand and submit your project when you’re ready.
You are 65% more likely to accomplish a goal if you verbally commit to the goal to another person. Your chances increase to 95% if you have an ongoing meeting with an accountability partner to check in on progress. We created accountability groups to give you additional practice around your prioritized tactics from the sprint in order to create a clear structure for your first month of habit-building. These sessions are optional (but highly encouraged!). Your accountability group will meet live on Zoom twice and collaborate on Slack over the four weeks following the sprint. Check out your Sprint Center dashboard for full details.