Ella joined Startup Skool’s very first Innovation Camp and now helps us inspire more youth to learn about entrepreneurship and social responsibility. She creates and sells her own sustainable bookmarks using sheep wool she collects from local farms and puts her profits towards the Southlands Therapeutic Riding Society, a project she is very passionate about. Follow @ on her inspirational journey in becoming a social entrepreneur!
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“I am so extremely pleased to have found such an amazing space
for kids to learn about the tech world. As someone who is using but
also learning it’s difficult to teach your child things you aren’t 100%
confident in. Keep up the amazing work. You are making the future
better and brighter for our kids!”
“Our son just finished his first week of Startup Skool. When we asked him what he thought of it he said it was 10/10 and way better than he expected. He’s talked all weekend about the “business” and website he created. He was so inspired that on Saturday he spent several hours building a website for his dad’s business as a birthday present. In one week our son was completely engaged in all aspects of the camp and on the last day we had tears in our eyes seeing how much he’d accomplished in the week and the depth of the connection he’d made to the leaders. Big thumbs up Startup Skool and a huge thank you!”
“Siena loved this camp and has gained both valuable knowledge and confidence in starting a business! We are very pleased with the outcome. Thank you!”
“I have registered my son for the summer camp again this year. Last year he had a wonderful time and learned so much from your camp! This is the only one camp that he said he will definitely want to come back next year! I have also recommended this program to 2 of my friends and they have both registered their kids for your programs.”
“Just wanted to let you know my son absolutely loved your camp! I believe it is his favorite camp to date. He told me he loved making money! Your camp has really sparked his interest in business and entrepreneurship. Thank you for creating this exciting camp for kids with real life applications In such a positive learning environment. He is very proud of his accomplishments but he would never have been able to experience this without your guidance. You did a great job in making learning fun!”
“My daughter had a wonderful experience at your camp. The enthusiasm and presentation styles of all the instructors a big impact on her and has contributed to her wanting to learn more.”
Startup Skool has an excellent program to unlock the creativity and potential of our future innovators. Highly recommended.
I really liked working as a team. You can share your idea and everyone works together to make it even better. It’s fun when you get to work with friends.
I’ve had this other idea for a while but didn’t know if it could work. But now that we’ve run a business in class and made a lot of money, I think I’m going to give my idea a try this summer.
As a parent, I enjoyed the Dragon’s Den on Friday. I was amazed at the fantastic ideas each kid had, their ability to pitch their ideas, and to then get feedback from the guest “dragons” was awesome.
“Both my children loved it. They want to go again. I believe that it helped a couple of females be less intimidated about the technical aspect of modern business. Madelyn was one of them. The program helps me supplement the influence I want on my children. Thank you!”
What our Students have Accomplished
Student Feature: Ella