Help these high school startups change the world

In January 2021, sixteen high school juniors will launch their own social enterprises live into the global marketplace.

Each of their businesses is designed to solve a social, environmental, or economic problem in their community.

Their startup costs vary -- some only need around $50 to launch, others need $500 for equipment.  The Oregon High School Social Entrepreneurship Program is 100% self-funded, and student startups must raise the necessary funds to get launched.

If you believe in helping aspiring young entrepreneurs, please give a small dollar amount and share this with others! 

You're not just helping these students -- you're empowering them to make even greater change in their communities and in the world.

Learn more!  Browse the market analysis, cost structure, and business model of each business:  https://bit.ly/2JVU10b

THANK YOU FOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE!

Aaron Sitze, MS.Ed, NBCT
2021 Northwest Illinois State Teacher of the Year

Original music by B-Side 1-1: https://soundcloud.com/alexsitze
Want to know more about this innovative program?  Visit us!  https://www.socent.ocusd.net/

STUDENT STARTUP MISSION STATEMENTS:
Eat for Oregon – supporting local restaurants heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic by hosting unique food challenges

Be the Bridge - providing an immersive, virtual experience while creating awareness of racial inequality

Bike Kings - to make affordable, quality minibikes for everyone from young kids to adults, supporting the motocross community

Pixie & Company - creating awareness and erasing stigma about mental health through trendy clothing for teens

True Crime Outdoor Challenge – creating a unique true-crime experience that encourages people to outdoor and historical locations

Shadow Wolf Gaming -  giving teen gamers an escape from stress through online tournaments and social interactions

Full Exposure - helping amateur photographers increase their confidence, skills, and recognition through an affordable, and engaging photo contest

Rei Publicae - giving the younger generation deeper political knowledge and understanding that's usable for making change

Advice Channel - helping teenagers looking for advice, to create stability and confidence in their lives

Moon Thrifts - designing unique, affordable styles for environmentally-friendly teenagers and adults

From Hand to Hand - to provide an easy-to-access outlet for helping selfless people serve a worthy cause

Ortega’s Clinic - expanding the softball program for passionate young athletes by providing an enjoyable, collaborative clinic

Basketball Clinic -  helping kids learn basketball skills by creating an affordable yet competitive basketball clinic

King Kicks - restoring shoes and the confidence that goes with them

Nature-friendly jewelry - creating environmentally-friendly local jewelry that helps to connect people to their natural community

Pro-grade Lures - bringing people closer to nature and the environment by making affordable, professional grade fishing lures

Learn more!  Browse the market analysis, cost structure, and business model of each business:  https://bit.ly/2JVU10b



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  • Conner Young 
    • $125 
    • 7 mos
  • Sarah Zuniga 
    • $66 
    • 7 mos
  • Kimberly Radostits 
    • $25 
    • 7 mos
  • Christy Sitze 
    • $100 
    • 7 mos
  • Sarah Sheppard 
    • $100 
    • 7 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Aaron Sitze 
Organizer
Oregon, IL
Janet Greenwood 
Beneficiary
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