ABC | WBAY.com Neenah High School students have own version of Shark Tank
NEENAH, Wis. (WBAY) — A one-of-a-kind class in Neenah got some real world experience on Wednesday, pitching to investors for real funding. The first year class called Incubator EDU resembles the ABC show Shark Tank. Students are divided into groups and need to create an actual product to pitch. On Wednesday, students pitched products to a committee to get seed money for their ideas.
Village Living MBHS launches new experiential entrepreneurship program
Mountain Brook High School (Alabama) is launching a new entrepreneurship program geared toward providing students with an authentic learning experience around entrepreneurship — everything from conceiving, developing and launching a startup business. MBHS announced the new program — INCubatoredu — in collaboration with Uncharted Learning, an innovative nonprofit that develops unique programs for business/entrepreneurship education for K-12 students.
Daily Herald More high schools are creating business incubators
Jae Haas gave students some reassuring advice before they stepped into a new business incubator at Wheaton North High School…In this renovated classroom with quotes from Steve Jobs printed on the walls, teenagers are treated as entrepreneurs and innovators who will develop their ideas for new products into polished business plans. And, along the way, they are allowed to fail and adjust what isn’t working, Haas told them.
Yahoo! Finance Wheeling High School Alumni Earns Spot on Shark Tank
BARRINGTON, Ill., Jan. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Martin Dimitrov, Wheeling High School Alumni, turned an idea into reality through his high school INCubatoredu entrepreneurship class. Martin will be pitching SnapClips on ABC’s “Shark Tank” on Sunday, January 28, 8 pm Central.
Martin was tasked by his teacher to find a solution to a problem he faces every day…
Chicago Sun Times UIC student goes on ‘Shark Tank’ to pitch his idea for a better weight clip
A 19-year-old student at the University of Illinois at Chicago who recenlty pitched his company to “Shark Tank” could not be happier with the outcome, but he can’t say much more until the episode airs Jan. 28. Martin Dimitrov got the idea for “SnapClips” in an entrepreneurship class during his junior year at Wheeling High School.