Next year, Madeline and Kaitlin have already recruited 30 students to join next year’s gardening club to continue their initiative. Like many other AdCap entrepreneurs, they’ve learned how to overcome problems and make a difference. We’re delighted to share these pictures from their kickoff event of “A Seed’s Story”!
Find out what our brave innovators are up to now!
The AdCap team travelled to Edward A Reynolds West Side High School to meet with students and teacher who have been utilizing AdVenture Capital grants funded by WorkForce Software. We love having the chance to reconnect with partners, student entrepreneurs, and AdCap supporters!
This may be "just" a picture of wood at first glance, but to Kaylie, it's a symbol of perseverance and bringing her Project to life!
We're always delighted to get photos, video or updates from our entrepreneurs or their advisers/supporters in the school. Mrs Woodall has been instrumental in helping to support her students in implementing AdCap projects, and sent us this update recently!
Ahoy brave entrepreneurs! Do you have a BIG idea but don't know where to start? Check out this video on how to use the AdCap Project Designer to submit your idea for funding and support!
We're delighted to share this update from Darden in Texas. Check out these pictures she sent us of her Project in action!
We’re thrilled to see how our AdCap students continue to develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills, embrace adversity, and lead change in their schools. Read on for an update from Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor Cami, who shared with us feedback on the program and updates on her students’ entrepreneurial efforts and accomplishments.
We love getting updates from our intrepid entrepreneurs! Check out how Catherine and Mia are leading change and working with a local elementary school to mentor younger students and help increase opportunities for physical activity!
Sarah from Tampa shares an update on her AdCap Project, “FIIT Team,” a program to increase physical fitness opportunities to all students who do not participate in sports.
We first met Sakhi and Ritika at the International HOSA Conference in Nashville in the summer of 2016. They were so interested in applying for a grant and making a change that they submitted their BIG idea to help make their school a better, healthier place. We’re thrilled to share this update about how much they’ve accomplished so far. Check out what they have to say in their own words.
Summer is almost here, but did you know that 1 in 5 kids in America can’t always count on getting the food they need outside of school, especially in the summer?*
The AdCap team is challenging all students age 13-17 to submit an idea for a Project that increases awareness of food insecurity and promotes opportunities to connect to summer feeding programs.
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