Central Relaxation

Middle School Entrepreneurs Creating Relaxing Bath Fizzles

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Creating with Kindness in Mind

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Central Relaxation

Middle School Entrepreneurs Creating Relaxing Bath Fizzles

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Wicked Soap Company

Handcrafted Soaps Straight from the Lab

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Kind Kids Create

Creating with Kindness in Mind

Upstander Brand

Dedicated to Cultivating Upstanders in Communities around the World

Wicked Focus

A Different Kind of Company, A New Kind of Focus

Sugar Kids Beauty

First Graders Discovering the Beauty of Business

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Jungle Jars

The 8th graders running Jungle Jars sell succulents and lanterns to benefit the people of South Sudan. Profits from every succulent sold are donated to Water for South Sudan - a nonprofit whose mission is to bring fresh, clean water to the people of rural southern Sudan.

Wicked Soap Company

This Chemistry class turned a soap making project into a handcrafted soap business. They’ve been selling their product online and throughout their community for three years, using their profits to support local causes and provide scholarships to seniors.

Sugar Kids Beauty

While running a profitable sugar scrub business, these first graders learn core subjects like math via accounting, science as it related to herb growing and production, and art while designing for their business. They’ve sold their product to all 50 states and have used profits to support causes like local veterans, children’s hospitals, and hunger in their community.

EdCorps in Action

Young Entrepreneurs Building Stronger Communities

Proud to be Kids Who Can Help Other Kids.

By Sherrie Silvio As I began the second year building Heroes with Heart with my students, this was a snippet of the conversation I had with my class. Me: “Why did you want to continue and grow the business this year?” The students: “We think this is fun…

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