Our Programs

Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

More than a lemonade stand

Kids are creators, innovators and risk takers. Many children unleash their entrepreneurial instinct when they run their first lemonade stand. Join us as your young entrepreneur takes the next step in their entrepreneurial journey. Young entrepreneurs will take the lemonade stand to the next level, create fun crafts using recycled and new materials, and learn tricks to become a paid party entertainer! Entrepreneurs will also sample delicious lemonade and learn about a teenage lemonade entrepreneur who started her business when she was 4!

More Than A Lemonade Stand touches on basic business vocabulary and ideas designed to introduce young entrepreneurs to concepts such as eCommerce, brainstorming, invention & innovation, products, services, etc. Entrepreneurs will be provided materials to create crafts that they will bring home each week. These crafts can be replicated and sold at a 21st Century “Lemonade Stand.”

STEM Career Quest & Adventures

During STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Quest & Adventures, students will participate in interactive and engaging experiences through our hands-on lessons and fun activities. Experiential lessons are clustered around real-world careers such as architecture & urban planning, engineering, science, space and technology, graphic designer and more. Sample program themes include: Creativity in Action, Invention for Kids, Thinking Outside the Box, Tinker & Create, and more. Activities may include: designing a backpack, lunchbox or pet carrier; constructing a jungle zip-line; creating wacky designs; or exploring the science of food.

SCRATCH PROGRAMMING

Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world. In the process of designing and programming Scratch projects, young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. It is available at http://scratch.mit.edu

creative writing program- in partnership with amore learning

Whether your child is an avid writer or you hope they will become one, Amore Learning promises a fun, imaginative, and confidence-building time in Creative Writing! Designed to reach elementary school writers of all enthusiasm and ability levels, this program will allow each writer to create a portfolio of unique pieces. We focus on having fun while boosting writing skills in a warm, nurturing, and exciting environment, all for the love of learning! 

tutoring services

Our supplemental school support tutoring services are aligned with Common Core State Standards and are designed to motivate children and to acquire and strengthen the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. We also offer one-on-one coaching in entrepreneurship development.

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Schools that encourage entrepreneurship are likely to create thought leaders whose creativity is limitless
— Entrepreneur Magazine

3rd - 5th Grade

My first business

Have a great idea? Turn your idea into a business, make money and grow it big! During My First Business young entrepreneurs use brainstorming to identify a business idea from a passion, hobby, interest or problem. Young entrepreneurs will explore how to use design thinking to visualize the idea as a thriving, profitable business.  From designing a logo to creating a marketing plan to developing a financial plan, we will guide our students on learning the basics in starting a business, while incorporating social responsibility concepts.

STEM Career Quest & Adventures

During STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Quest & Adventures, students will participate in interactive and engaging experiences through our hands-on lessons and fun activities. Experiential lessons are clustered around real-world careers such as architecture & urban planning, engineering, science, space and technology, graphic designer and more. Sample program themes include: Creativity in Action, Invention for Kids, Thinking Outside the Box, Tinker & Create, and more. Activities may include: designing a backpack, lunchbox or pet carrier; constructing a jungle zip-line; creating wacky designs; or exploring the science of food.

SCRATCH PROGRAMMING

Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world. In the process of designing and programming Scratch projects, young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. It is available at http://scratch.mit.edu

creative writing program - in partnership with amore learning

The heart of problem-solving is creativity. When encouraged early and creative writing provides an outlet for imagination and ingenuity and equips students with the keys to success. 

tutoring services

Our supplemental school support tutoring services are aligned with Common Core State Standards and are designed to motivate children and to acquire and strengthen the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. We also offer one-on-one coaching in entrepreneurship development.

 

6th - 12th Grade

My first business

Have a great idea? Turn your idea into a business, make money and grow it big! During My First Business young entrepreneurs use brainstorming to identify a business idea from a passion, hobby, interest or problem. Young entrepreneurs will explore how to use design thinking to visualize the idea as a thriving, profitable business.  From designing a logo to creating a marketing plan to developing a financial plan, we will guide our students on learning the basics in starting a business, while incorporating social responsibility concepts.

STEM Career Quest & Adventures

During STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) Quest & Adventures, students will participate in interactive and engaging experiences through our hands-on lessons and fun activities. Experiential lessons are clustered around real-world careers such as architecture & urban planning, engineering, science, space and technology, graphic designer and more. Sample program themes include: Creativity in Action, Invention for Kids, Thinking Outside the Box, Tinker & Create, and more. Activities may include: designing a backpack, lunchbox or pet carrier; constructing a jungle zip-line; creating wacky designs; or exploring the science of food.

financial fitness

Designed for middle and high school students, Financial Fitness focuses on essential 21st century life skills not offered in traditional school settings. Students will learn practical money skills covering topics such as budgeting, spending, investing, using credit cards and more.

tutoring services

Our supplemental school support tutoring services are aligned with Common Core State Standards and are designed to motivate children and to acquire and strengthen the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. We also offer one-on-one coaching in entrepreneurship development.