Applying for the Job

The job search – we’ve all been through it. As adults, communicating your strengths, finding the right role, and dealing with rejection is no joke. So what happens when 4th graders are applying for roles within their student-run business? Paula Macy is the founder of two EdCorps in…

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Teacher Reflections: Confidence through Prototyping

Each year, we welcome new educators to the EdCorps Community. What really gets us excited is when we hear stories from the classroom that embody student ownership, passion, and learning. So when new founder,  Eric Robb, from St. Louis told us about the contagious excitement in his middle…

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EdCorps Gift Guide: Graduation

Congratulations to the class of 2018! Show the graduates in your life some love with these awesome student-made products: Fan Faces Website: www.fanfaces.org Trombly Elementary School in Grosse Pointe, MI Perfect for any graduation ceremony or party, the fourth graders of Trombly Elementary School have created a special…

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PGE Design: Onward and Upwards

Sometimes classrooms find us and they’re already structuring some element of their curriculum around product or project based learning. They just want to give those projects an opportunity to shine in the real world. Watching students transform a classroom project into a functioning business is seriously awe-inspiring, and…

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Student Spotlight: Destini of RocketTech! (Part #1)

Today’s student spotlight is on Destini, a high school senior and member of RocketTech, an EdCorp focused on web design and video production in Pandora, OH. Helping build an EdCorp has led Destini to challenge herself and develop some crucial real world skills. Suffering from social anxiety, Destini…

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