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AZ Tech Beat | November 15, 2019

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Seed Spot launches entrepreneur program for high school students

Seed Spot launches entrepreneur program for high school students
Ryan Loebe

From lemonade stands and dog walking services to building apps or a robotic toy, the entrepreneurial mindset is occurring at a younger age. This summer, parents might wonder how to continue to nurture their child’s mindset in a social conscious environment. Seed Spot, a nonprofit incubator dedicated to early-stage community-focused social startups, has launched a new entrepreneurial program for high school students that have a thirst for creativity and innovation.

The Seed Spot High School Program is a one-week program designed to inspire, educate and launch solutions to important societal problems. Join the Seed Spot staff, ventures, mentors and a team of like-minded peers for a fun, fast-paced week!

The deadline to apply is June 6, 2014 and there are two programs available this summer: July 14-18 and July 28-August 1

SeedSpot 2014 HS Recruitment Flier

For more information on Seed Spot and the high school entrepreneur program click here

For AZTB’s past coverage of Seed Spot click here