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Daily Herald

How a business incubator program launched at Barrington High spread to hundreds of schools

This fall, thousands of students at 196 high schools nationwide -- and even four high schools in Australia -- will start their own companies as part of a business incubator class launched nine years ago in Barrington.

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Best of SNO | Harker School

Want to start a business? It’s 'pawsible'

How do high school students start their own businesses? This question echoes inside the minds of many budding teenage entrepreneurs with ambitious dreams and diligent spirits. Age, limited resources and other restrictions pose challenges to high schoolers. Despite these obstacles, seniors Rohan Gorti, Arin Jain and Zubin Khera did just that in their junior year. 

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NBC - 26 Green Bay

North Fond du Lac students' business finds enormous success

NORTH FOND DU LAC (NBC 26)  — What started out as an INCubatoredu class project is now a massive business success, exceeding all expectations. Commah, a line of air fresheners, car diffusers, and essential oils is now sold online and at several local salons and businesses, and will soon have a spot on the shelves of Festival Foods.

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The Heights | Boston College

McDermott Encourages High School Students’ Success With Transeo

Jimmy McDermott’s plans for pursuing consulting while in college changed only moments after his graduation from high school. Thirty minutes after he received his diploma, McDermott, BC ’21, answered a phone call from his superintendent about building a community service tracking app, which he promptly accepted.  

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The Grand Island Independent

Watch Now: Grand Island Senior High entrepreneurs show business knowhow

If putting an idea out for expert evaluation is nerve-racking, Grand Island Senior High students Kowsslo Teya and Colton Marsh didn’t show it. Teya and Marsh were challenged to come up with a product idea that would solve a societal problem as part of their INCubatoredu class at GISH’s Academy of Buisness & Communication.

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Austin American-Statesman

Westlake students win national business competition with medical app pitch

When Amaan Rumi’s business incubator team at Westlake High School came up with the idea to create an app that helps people manage medications and keeps track of things like conflicting drugs and patient allergies, he thought of his grandmother. 

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Daily Herald

Saint Viator student masters coding to design first place app

Saint Viator High School and its Mobile Apps class is on a roll.

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Journal-News

Lakota West HS business team 1 of 5 in nation to dive into ‘shark tank’ contest

The Lakota West team – MatchedUp - is among five high school groups nationwide invited to travel to Chicago later this month to compete in the “INCubatoredu National Pitch” for thousands of dollars in start-up funding.

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Daily Journal Online

FHS INCubatoredu Program Deemed a Success

The inaugural year of the INCubatoredu business curriculum taught at Farmington High School was deemed a big success.

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The Journal | Transforming Education Through Technology

Strengthen Your STEM Program with These 4 Elements of Entrepreneurship

Over the past two decades, there has been an increased interest in K–12 science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs to meet the rising demand for talent in these growing sectors of the economy. So, it’s not surprising that STEM classrooms provide fertile ground for integrating 21st-century workforce skills like collaboration, communication, and critical thinking into the classroom.

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