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15-year-old Kalamazoo entrepreneur runs bakery business

“I feel like I’ve gotten what I’ve needed and wanted, and they don’t get what I get to have,” Layla said of her desire to help homeless people. “I care about them because we’re all people and we all need certain things and sometimes they can’t get what they need.”

  • May 24, 2020

Dunham's School teenpreneur Brennan Phillips running gloves business

With his business @225_gloves, Phillips sells gloves to players and collectors across the United States and in Venezuela. He also is a brand ambassador for Round 2/The Athletes Marketplace and Steelo Sports Glove Company, according to a school news release. Phillips also gives teammates advice about buying gloves and even volunteers to break them in.

  • May 24, 2020

Teenage entrepreneur Melissa Gallagher selling her home made lip glosses

A teenage entrepreneur is selling her home made lip glosses all over the world and banking thousands of dollars after starting a beauty business in the family lounge in a bid to help her sick father. Devoted to her parents, Melissa Gallagher, 17, launched Iconic Angel Beauty in January, so that her engineer dad James, 55, did not have to take on extra hours at work.

  • May 23, 2020

Teenpreneur Ashley Mills running Instagram-based thrifting business-Miracle Thrift

I have always loved to thrift and it’s so much fun to be able to share the items I find with others,” Mills said. Founded in 2018, Miracle Thrift is an Instagram-based thrifting business that specializes in the resale of trendy women’s clothing.

  • May 23, 2020

Ottawa Student Ryan Rodrigs created an app aimed COVID-19 crisis

“I really want to solve problems in my community wherever possible,” says Rodrigs. “I felt this was the right time to pivot slightly and focus on an application that could help people.” Using GPS technology, the app can detect when users are away from home and issue reminders to don masks and gloves. It also includes a COVID-19 self-assessment tool as well as links to health-care resources and news feeds related to the pandemic.

  • May 23, 2020

Writer of the Month contest hosted by Ontario teen encourage creativity

Gavin Doidge is a 15-year-old Eastview Secondary School student who has been using his time in self-isolation for the better by encouraging creativity. His Writer of the Month contest is a place where new and experienced writers in the Barrie-Innisfil area can submit pieces of work and have a chance to be featured on his website(Gavin Doidge Photography).

  • May 22, 2020

New Jersey teen Lynnsey Kwaak starts hand-painted denim business

Once the junior theater major is surrounded by a gradient of blues, she peruses every rack of jeans and denim jackets, making sure no rack goes unexplored. After her first go-around, she carries 20 pairs of jeans. Then, she narrows it down, trying to find a range of sizes, styles, washes and brands to fit as many of her customers’ interests and needs as possible.

  • May 22, 2020

Horseshoe Valley native entrepreneur Maya Burhanpurkar has won gold in the Harvard College i3 Innovation Challenge

Burhanpurkar’s winning start-up, Adventus Robotics, operates at the cutting edge of artifical intelligence-based, self-driving technology for wheelchairs. “I had worked on the wheelchair at University of Toronto and continued it here,” she said. “I do have experience with relatives in wheelchairs and see how difficult it can be to move in them, particularly when there are nerve issues.”

  • May 19, 2020

Iowa teen Grace Thomas started her own baking business, Grace’s Baking

Grace Thomas, a home schooled student about to enter her senior year, loves to bake sweets for people. Though she fills her time with school, babysitting, church activities and spending time outdoors, she manages to squeeze in time in the kitchen.

  • May 18, 2020

Jacob Shafe has become one of Britain's youngest blacksmiths by watching YouTube tutorials

Jacob Shafe, now 15, runs his own blacksmith business on the side in between practising karate and going to school. As a teenager, he became one of the youngest blacksmiths in Britain after he taught himself through YouTube tutorials aged just 13. There are only thought to be around 600 blacksmiths left in the UK but Jacob hopes to carry on the traditional trade when he leaves school in three years.

  • May 17, 2020
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