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WHEN A PRODUCT GOES VIRAL
Adam Gebhardt and The TJ3D EdCorp had a big year thanks to a product going viral. Read on as Adam shares about their journey. In...
GONZALES, LA: Student nonprofit using business to support their community
Student-run business near Baton Rouge Louisiana runs nonprofit to support their local community.
Welcoming a New Partner: OtterCares Foundation
Announcing The OtterCares Foundation as the first sponsor of our San Diego and Northern Colorado EdCorps Communities.
Distance Learning Sparks a Home Business
By Trevor Lewis Chattanooga, TN At Hixson High School, we run a student-led business called Hixson Woodworking as part of the engineering...
Inspirations Through Podcasting
Student mastered working from home, now they take on a new challenge: starting a podcast.
How VIDA Dreamers Have Thrived During Virtual Learning
By Erin Bland, Middle School Educator at VIDA in Vista, CA Despite challenges, our student-run business has thrived. Early on, I saw...
Working From Home: How One Student’s Basement Became Production Headquarters
How one student stepped on and paved the way for business operations to continue.
Working from Home: How These Students are Running Their Business from the Garage
Like most classrooms across the country, Jennifer Stillitano's high school entrepreneurship class found new ways to collaborate this...
Bringing My Entrepreneurial Journey into the Classroom
Hello! I’m Erin, a creative middle school, art teacher who had the fortunate opportunity to share my real-life entrepreneurial skills...
One Business, Two Classrooms
Running a successful EdCorp isn’t easy. It takes time, dedication, and a whole lot of student engagement.
Small Town Studios Does Big Things
Engaging in meaningful work that spreads throughout the school and the community is a powerful catalyst for learning.
Student Entrepreneurs Use 3D Printers to Support Local Heroes
Schools around the country have closed to protect students and communities amidst COVID-19. Consequently, thousands of students from the...
Forget the Grade – Let's Focus on Clients Instead
While talking to the staff at Grit9, it’s difficult to believe they are only high school students. These young professionals prefer...
Student-led Businesses Make a Big Impact
Student-led businesses in four US cities recently completed their school year by making donations to charitable causes. These students...
When Compliments Become Something More
“When someone is feeling down, we can pick them up with a compliment.” -Member of Kind Kids Compliments Kind Kids Compliments began with...
DireLights and the Growth Process
By: Jennifer Stillittano, Central Coast New Tech High School We all understand the relevance of growth in the world. When you google...
What's Your Mission? This Student-Run Business Is Figuring It Out
Jennifer Salzmann, an educator at Phillips Elementary in Pittsburgh always wanted to start a student-run business but didn’t know where...
By Amy Brownlee, Lausanne Learning Fear is powerful. It is paralyzing. It causes even the most talented individuals to shy away from new...