Thursday, March 14, 2019
7:00PM – 8:30PM
Harpoon Tasting Room
306 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
Join us for a fun, inspiring evening of networking and raising money for student entrepreneurs in Boston! This is an opportunity to meet other rising leaders and young professionals in the Boston area, enjoy some fresh Harpoon tastings, and learn more about BUILD.
This event is now SOLD OUT!
Thank you to our Lead Sponsor!
Also sponsored by:
Afro: Imported African apparel and artifacts.
Aroma Squeeze: An aromatherapy stress ball infused with the calming scents of lavender and lemon.
Bottom’s Up: Separately packaged tops and bottoms of cupcakes for those with a selective sweet tooth!
Cake Cutter: A circular shape cutter that cuts cakes into even slices.
Clever Cover: A pliable rubber for covering containers.
Dare to be Fresh: T-shirts and apparel featuring inspirational messages to inspire teens.
Delicate Delights: Creates custom mason jar cheesecakes to sweeten up your day.
Dippy O’s: Pretzels with delicious dipping sauce.
Double Glam: A repurposed, reversible necklace that can be worn as a headpiece or a necklace.
Econote: A notebook organizer and pen made from recycled products.
Fluffy Expressions: A colorful variety of slippers socks that can be customized with iron on patches to express your individuality.
Glow End: A 3D printed glow-in-the-dark device formulated to extend the life of your phone charger!
Handy Sponge: Cleaning ‘glove’ made of sheet sponge material for an easier way to clean.
Hoodie Pillow: A comfortable inflatable neck pillow, sound dampening ear plugs and night time sleeping mask make Hoodie Pillow the perfect traveling kit for jet setting professional.
I-Scented: Multi-scented, soy candles.
Made Shades: Custom Sunglasses.
Music for Your Eyes: A product line of innovative glow-in-the-dark paintings.
OFB: Bracelets that allow you to express your support for a cause that you are passionate about.
Pastry Kings: Provides unique heat-activated mugs and cake pops to add a little flair to your morning routine.
Personal Pouch: Custom Pouch for storing your personal items.
Pocket Silverware: Compact, portable and reusable silverware kit, perfect for kids, car rides and campsites.
Pride Patch: Assorted Flag patches to show your style.
ReJean: Custom Designed clutch / purses for women.
Retractable Wallet: A wallet holder attached to a retractable cord for easy access.
Rocks: A customized and unique terrarium for your personal space.
Singing Teddy: A teddy bear with an insertable Bluetooth speaker for sounds that soothe.
Sneaker Boo: Show insoles infused with essential oils to keep the fresh in your step.
Soothing Spa: Handcrafted bath bombs for the ultimate spa experience.
Towel Tote: A beach towel tote bag for summer outings.
Worldly Games: A game kit that includes games from all over the world.
DIRECTIONS and PARKING:
Limited parking available in the lot.
From parking lot, walk in front of the building and take the first left to find the original Tap Room entrance.
Located close to the Northern Ave at Harbor Street stop on the Silver Line.
BUILD’s mission is to use entrepreneurship to ignite the potential of youth in under-resourced communities and propel them to high school, college and career success.
BUILD is dedicated to creating a more diverse future workforce by ensuring students in under-resourced communities have access to the mentorship, professional development opportunities, and funding they need to graduate high school, go to college, and launch successful careers. BUILD’s unique “Shark Tank”-style program offers students a four year entrepreneurship experience designed to develop 21st Century Skills and motivate student engagement in school.? Starting in 9th grade, BUILD students work with their peers and mentors to develop business ideas, pitch to funders for seed funding, and launch real businesses.? As they journey through high school, BUILD provides students with support in navigating the college application process and the opportunity to explore college and career options, while expanding their businesses or opting into community internships. BUILD was founded in 1999 in Silicon Valley and now serves students across the country in California, Massachusetts, New York and Washington, D.C.
For more information about this event, contact Emily Trautwein at email@example.com.