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Upper School Student Entrepreneurs Share Their Talents

In the spirit of Providence Day School’s commitment to growing our students’ business acumen and their entrepreneurial skills, the PD Parents’ Association, in conjunction with Upper School faculty and administrators, kicked off the Student Entrepreneurs campaign highlighting not-for-profit and for-profit businesses owned, run, and led by our Upper School students.

Up to 20 students indicated an interest in participating in a program for Upper School entrepreneurs under the direction of Social Entrepreneurship teacher Dr. James Edge. In the past, the Parents’ Association supported non-profit and student entrepreneurs through in-person events. This year, the program works like an online version of a student bazaar or showcase.

Each participant provides a short written bio listing hobbies and interests, and any information pertaining to their business, such as website link, product pictures, logos, photos, a video, and business contact information.

Look for new posts highlighting these student entrepreneurs on Instagram and Instagram Stories.