BUILD 9th Grade Spring Sales Showcase
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017
4 PM – 5:15 PM
5:15 PM – 5:30 PM
MIT Tang Center
2 Amherst St, Cambridge, MA 02142
Our 9th grade students will be selling the products they have created with their teams and mentors for the very first time. We have selected judges to act as “Secret Shoppers” who will use our scoring rubric, evaluate the student businesses based on product, presentation/pitch, customer service, display, and more.
Cash & credit cards gladly accepted.
Another Course to College
A light that projects different images
A multicultural doll
A sock puppet
An all-natural deodorant in a convenient size
Jeremiah E. Burke High
A line of fun designer kitchenware.
Handwoven two-toned bath mat.
All natural cookware cleaner.
Highschool pride inspired designer sports apparel for athletes and fans.
Umbrella + umbrella bag set. Bag doubles as a waterproof bag to be used inside purses, backpacks, etc to keep liquids from spilling
Luggage Tags Inc
Leather luggage tags embossed with creative designs and sayings
Accessorized keychains with a variety of themes
Razzle Dazzle Spoon Holders
Painted and decorated ceramic spoon rests for counter or stovetop
Community Academy of Science and Health
Homemade Lip Balm
Car Essential Kit
Gym Fitness Kit
Dearborn STEM Academy
Space Saving Hanger that can hang many items (belts, ties, jewelry, shirts, scarves etc)
A Clip N’Go Earbud/Headphone Pouch that protects them from getting damaged or lost
Roll N’ Go
A Toiletry Travel Organizer
Madison Park High
A flexible neck pillow that keeps you cool
Lotion that is very moisturizing without being greasy
Phone cases you can design yourself with stickers and inserts
Brief case with layers inside for better organization
Water bottle that has a phone charger attached to it
A pocket size toothbrush with toothpaste included
Hand Sanitizer and Lotion
DIRECTIONS and PARKING:
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BUILD’s mission is to use entrepreneurship and experiential learning to ignite the potential of youth in under-resourced communities and equip them for high school, college and career success.
In BUILD, students develop their own business ideas, write business plans, pitch to funders, and launch real businesses. This real-world business experience makes school relevant and motivates disengaged youth to succeed. To help them become college-eligible, students also receive tutoring, test prep, academic support and advising for their school-work and college planning. Entrepreneurship is the hook—but college is the goal. Over, 95% of BUILD seniors have been accepted to college, with over 80% accepted to four-year colleges and universities.
For more information about this event, contact Kira Ross at email@example.com.