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WGN 9 Chicago News: High school entrepreneurs pitch their big ideas, with real money and investors on the line

High school entrepreneurs pitch their big ideas, with real money and investors on the line

07.20.18

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.

Go Public Cool School Winner: November 2018

12.12.18

SA LIVE | KSAT 12 Go Public Cool School Winner: November 2018

Congratulations to the Alamo Heights H.S. – Heights Business INCubatoredu program!  Watch here!

Westlake High School INCubatoredu Team Recognized on National App Day

12.12.18

Austin Business Journal Westlake High School INCubatoredu Team Recognized on National App Day

National App Day, Dec. 11, highlights the positivity apps have on today’s culture by promoting creativity and innovation. This focus is exemplified by a student team from Westlake High School in Austin, TX, who are developing a state-of-the-art gaming app while participating in the INCubatoredu entrepreneurship program.

 

Millikin University and INCubatoredu announce partnership during Global Entrepreneurship Week

11.16.18

Yahoo! Finance Millikin University and INCubatoredu announce partnership during Global Entrepreneurship Week

Millikin University’s Tabor School of Business and INCubatoredu, a high school entrepreneurship program founded by Uncharted Learning NFP, have announced a partnership during Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW)…Millikin believes strongly in the INCubatoredu program and will begin offering innovative incentives to students who have successfully completed the program beginning in fall 2019.

Alamo Heights High School entrepreneurs to vie for investment dollars

09.24.18

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.