The SEEd Initiative

(Student Entrepreneurial Education)


We are bringing entrepreneurial education to lower and middle school students. This hands-on program lets kids brainstorm and start their own businesses. In the process, they learn about creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, and social good.

How SEEd works:

  • Each classroom receives SEEd money to start a business.
  • Classes develop and run their business, from idea to profitability.
  • At the end of the program, they give the profits to the charity of their choice.
  • Students learn about entrepreneurship, social good, and giving back to their community.

School requirements:

  • The program is designed for 3rd through 6th grade students.
  • SEEd can be implemented during 10-15 hours of contact time, either during school or in an after-school setting.
  • We provide curriculum and implementation support, customized to each school’s unique needs.

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