Industry Features, Press Releases & Impact on Students, Schools and Communities
For the third year in a row, a Farmer School student has been selected for a program that brings together top students and members of the West Coast startup community for several days of discussions and learning.
ROCHESTER, Minn. - INCubatoredu is a nationwide program helping students design their own service.
NAPLES, Fla. - Students at Lorenzo Walker Technical High School in Naples have turned a class assignment into a successful vegan pastry company.
While learning skills in entrepreneurship, Franko Cardozo, Carl Veus and Ezekial Ramirez created "Nagen" last year. The business specializes in making vegan cookies.
Students enrolled in the new entrepreneurship program in Williamson County Schools gazed in awe at the soaring ceilings and modern environment of the new Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center on Thursday, during its grand opening....In its first year, 130 students, representing all 10 high schools, are enrolled in the district wide EIC program, which will use the entrepreneurship curriculum INCubatoredu to guide project development...
The INCubatoredu program will be available to Midlothian freshmen and sophomores this fall and will open to all high schoolers in August 2020.
Friendswood ISD will bring the excitement, stress and challenges of real-world business experience to 20 teens this fall with a new program geared to foster the next generation of entrepreneurs.
EFFINGHAM — Students at St. Anthony High School will now get hands-on experience with the tech world through a new course offered at the school called MobileMakersEdu.
ROCHESTER, Minn. – A new program at Rochester Public Schools is turning to local businessmen and women for help with inspiring young entrepreneurs.
These future business visionaries had spent the school year participating in one of the most challenging scholastic and career programs in the world - The Lewisville Independent School District’s (LISD) INCubatoredu program. This class, more commonly referred to by participants and instructors as the “Incubator program,” is changing lives of students who would prefer to enter the business world directly out of high school.
Barrington village board members this week honored two teenagers for being among the state's top high school business innovators of the year.