November 20, 2015 // Franchising.com // SALT LAKE CITY – Sidharth Oberoi, the 23-year-old President and Co-Founder of national K-8 STEM education franchise Zaniac, was named this month as one of the top Twenty in Their 20s by Utah Business magazine.
The state’s premiere business publication put together their inaugural list, which sets out to honor dynamic and ambitious professionals – all in their 20s – who are taking the business world by storm and will continue impacting Utah’s business community for decades to come.
“It is rewarding both personally and for the team at Zaniac to be recognized in a category of such bright and talented individuals within my community,” said Oberoi. “I’m proud to be bringing Zaniac campuses to K-8 students across the country and am thoroughly impressed with the contributions of my peers in their respective fields.”
Oberoi was selected from a prestigious group of nominees due to his dedication to altering the landscape of education in America. As President and Co-Founder of Zaniac, a national K-8 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) franchise, he’s leading innovation for new curricula while managing the Zaniac Curriculum Development team and spearheading business development growth.
“Sidharth has been an integral part of the rapidly expanding Zaniac franchise, making a dramatic difference in the lives of K-8 students.” said Zaniac Co-Founder Paul Zane Pilzer. “He is extremely deserving of this honor and I have the utmost confidence in the future of Zaniac under Sidh's leadership.”
Zaniac currently has campuses open in Florida, Connecticut, New York City, Massachusetts, and Utah with campuses opening next month in California and Texas.
Zaniac campuses are bright and colorful, featuring glass-walled classrooms with white boards and large multimedia screens. The company provides a host of STEM learning programs that get kids excited about math and science while preparing them for 21st century jobs, including Zaniac Robotics: LEGO®, Game-Based Learning: Minecraft™, 3D Printing, App Creation and Computer Programming. Additionally, Zaniac provides enriching employment opportunities for high school honors students who have a knack for STEM, or college students that are majoring in STEM fields. The brand’s peer-based learning model fosters confidence for students who are learning in the classroom and instructors who feel they have mastered the material after teaching it to others.
For more information about Zaniac, visit www.zaniaclearning.com.
Zaniac makes math, technology, and other STEM fields of study fun, helping K-8 kids to become engaged, develop confidence, and measurably improve their academic performance. Zaniac is like school at its best—an active, inspiring place filled with friends and friends-to-be. Zaniac, a division of Park City, Utah-based Zane Prep, is looking to expand its franchise nationwide. For more information, visit www.zaniaclearning.com.