Running a business is hard. Running a business with 4-year-olds is a whole different ball game. Alexandria Cunningham, a teacher at University Charter School, did not shy away from the opportunity to get her class of little ones engaged, empowered, and experimenting in a different way. Alexandria…Read More
By Melanie Weisman I recently strolled around the Sunset Market in Oceanside, CA. This market has been around for 11 years, and brings in over 200 vendors. Thousands of locals and visitors come through this sea of merchants who are selling food from around the world, handmade…Read More
Ah, the first sale. There’s nothing quite like it. High fives, dance moves, double takes: someone you don’t know chose to purchase something you created. Wow! Selling items all of us need — books, sunscreen, pet toys — the EdCorp, Some Needs We All Need, was founded by…Read More
Sales as a Motivator – How the students of The Cub Scrub Soap Company track it, learn it, and love it!
I am going to offer you a peek inside The Cub Scrub Soap Company, which is operated by 5th-grade students at Pride Elementary in Tampa, Florida. The students run every facet of the business. They create the soaps, design & operate the website, market the products, and volunteer…Read More
By: Emma & Quinn of Central Relaxation Finding the Perfect Packaging: My name is Emma and I am an eighth grader from our student-run business, Central Relaxation! We create organic and simple bath fizzles, body butter, cocoa butter, and lip balm. One thing my team learned when developing…Read More
Joanna Blanco of Imbue Beauty My name is Joanna Blanco, I’m in 8th grade, and I am a young entrepreneur. Our business Imbue makes beauty products and I help produce bath bombs and shower flowers. I am the head of the shower flower department. During the process of…Read More