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We’re always proud to see our brave entrepreneurs recognized for their innovation solutions & creative ideas! AdCap winner Bailey, a 7th grader at Woonsocket High School in South Dakota, was recently recognized with an article in the Daily Republic – click here to read more!
We love getting updates from our AdCap entrepreneurs! We’re immensely proud of the hard work from Tyler and his team at Hubbard ISD. Keep reading for an update on his Project – way to go, Tyler!!!!
This summer, students from across the country were provided the unique opportunity to participate in the Fuel Up! Innovation Challenge, developing student-led, innovative ideas to improve healthy eating in their schools and communities. This was the largest AdCap event to date with over 100 students participating and designing innovation solutions to healthy eating challenges in schools.
Jake and his AdCap team at Verrado High School was hard at work this year, building an elevated garden that will allow students with disabilities to take part in the gardening club and help grow food that can be used by other students.
Kiski Area Intermediate School started a Bike Club with their AdVenture Capital grant to increase physical fitness opportunities for students!
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”!
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!
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