San Antonio Express-News
Alamo Heights High School entrepreneurs to vie for investment dollars
The Heights Business Incubator program sets students up in teams to target a problem, research a solution and pitch it to investors in the style of ABC’s hit TV show “Shark Tank.” Students will spend the academic year working with business leaders and vying for money to launch their innovation.
Alamo Heights Students Vie for $10,000 to Fund Potential Startups
Alamo Heights High School students will vie for $10,000 – and bragging rights – in a “Shark Tank” style competition that will take them through the group process of becoming a startup.
The 130 junior and senior students are participating in the year-long Heights Business Incubator, an elective course that leads students from the idea phase to the development phase and through to pitching the product for their new business.
Vision 2020: Preparing Students for the Changing World of Business
MacArthur High School in the Irving Independent School District is getting ready to break ground on a School of Business and Entrepreneurship.The addition will expand a program that is giving high school students a step up the business ladder.”I get the satisfaction of seeing the future in my classroom,” said Kelley Watson, who leads the Incubator 2 program. The class teaches advanced business students how to start a business — from plan, to pitch, to funding, to launch.
WGN 9 Chicago News
High school entrepreneurs pitch their big ideas, with real money and investors on the line
CHICAGO — One after another, five teams of entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a panel of judges, all vying for a $20,000 prize and to potentially make their dreams a reality. But this isn’t a reality show – it’s a high school competition.
INCubatoredu launched at Barrington High School in 2014 and broke out nationally the following year. Today, more than 11,000 students participate in 100 schools spanning 18 states. What started with 37 teams earlier in the year was narrowed down to five frontrunners this week at Chicago’s 1871 tech hub.
Daily Herald Business Ledger
Buffalo Grove student entrepreneurs’ Skunk Aid gets picked up by Bentley’s Pet Stuff
A business model developed through a think tank at Buffalo Grove High School continues to grow, even as its student entrepreneurs prepare to leave for college. As sophomores, Jackie Molloy, Nicole Relias and Shayna Reznikov developed the idea of an all-natural, de-skunking kit for dogs. They came up with their idea after Relias’ dog, Bella, a golden doodle, had been skunked four times.
What Students Are Saying About Entrepreneurship Through INCubatoredu
What do high school students say about their experience studying entrepreneurship in an INCubatoredu class? Hear the passionate views of two students (Jessy and Swarina) in this brief podcast — we bet you’ll be as surprised as they were to learn about how different their experience was from what they expected, and how passionate they are to know more.
Superintendent Tom Leonard; Bringing Innovation to Schools
Entrepreneurship programs like INCubatoredu are reinventing the business curriculum at high schools across America. This podcast features a conversation with a Texas school superintendent exploring how such programs benefit students, school districts, and the community at large.
INCubatoredu Teacher Nick Pahl; Empowering students through entrepreneurship
Launching the entrepreneurial start up curriculum, INCubatoredu, at Dundee Crown High School in Illinois has impacted Nick Pahl’s teaching and student experience in profound ways. Hear from Nick as he describes his experience, how his teaching has changed, and why it is important for students today. Creating future ready students!
Co-Founder Michael Miles on INCubatoredu – Part 1
What’s behind the popularity of INCubatoredu? Co-Founder Michael Miles details how the program is unique and why it’s meeting such a need nationally. Part 1 of 2
More with Michael Miles on INCubatoredu- Part 2
In part 2 of 2, INCubatoredu co-founder Michael Miles on the many benefits of the groundbreaking program highlighting professional development for teachers.
Teaching Coding in High School: How to Equip Teachers for Success
Uncharted Learning’s Director of Product Development, Jessi Chartier, explores why coding for mobile apps is such a hot curriculum for high school students. This podcast reviews how best to equip teachers with the skills they need to make coding authentic, engaging—and dare we say—fun for students.
Leap Innovations – InnovatED Summit 2018 – Aug 28, Chicago IL
National Principals Conference (NASSP) – July 11-13, Chicago, IL
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE 2018) – June 24-27, Chicago IL
Magnet Schools of America – April 25-29, Chicago, IL
National School Board – Apr 7-9, San Antonio, TX
National Catholic Schools Association (NCEA) – April 3-5, Cincinnati, OH
National Business Ed Association (NBEA) – Mar 27-31, Baltimore, MD
Connections – IL State – Mar 7-8, Tinley Park, IL
Edu for Careers – CTE – Mar 4-6, Sacremento, CA
Kane County Regional Vocation – Mar 2, St. Charles, IL
ICE (Illinois Computing Educators) State Conference – Feb 26 – 28th, Schaumburg, IL
Illinois Association for Career and Technical Education (IACTE) – Feb 15-16th, Springfield, IL
The School Superintendents Association (AASA) – Feb 14-16, Nashville, TN
Chicago Area Business Educators Association (CABEA) – Feb 14, Hoffman Estates, IL
ACTE Career Tech Vision Conference – Dec 6-9th, Nashville, TN
GMEA Power Up – Nov 9th, Macon, GA
National STEM schools conference (NCSSS) – Nov 1-4th, Chicago, IL
WI Marketing – Oct 5-6th, Stevens Point, WI
Magnet Schools of American (MSA) Fall Technical Assistance Conference – Oct 4-5th, Minneapolis, MN
INCubatoredu National Training Summit – July 18-20, Chicago, IL
Southern Region Education Board(SREB) Annual High Schools that Work Conference – July 12-15 Nashville, Tennessee
2017 GACTE Career Tech Expo – July 10-11, Atlanta, GA