Inc.: Inside the Schools That Want to Create the Next Mark Zuckerberg–Starting at Age 5
Inside the growing education movement that’s training kids to be entrepreneurs.
KUT: AISD Reveals Entrepreneurship Program at Crockett High School
“Some public schools in South Austin are teaching students how to become business leaders. They’ve implemented an entrepreneurship program for kindergarteners through high school seniors that’s the first of its kind in the U.S…”
Community Impact Newspaper: Crockett High School to launch entrepreneurship program in fall 2015
“Starting in the 2015-16 school year, students in the Crockett High School attendance zone will have the opportunity to develop their own businesses and nonprofit organizations and present concepts to potential funding sources…”
KXAN: Austin entrepreneurs compete to re-purpose products into business ideas
A team of three Student INC students made it to the finals in the City of Austin’s [RE]verse Pitch Competition.
KEYE-TV: Austin Gives – Bazaarvoice Foundation
BVF featured on morning news segment to talk about the history of the foundation and our signature K-12 entrepreneurial pathway initiative, Student INC.
District Administration Magazine: Enterprise learning advances achievement
Combining PD, project-based learning and real world experience propels student success.
“… The program has been so popular that Austin ISD is partnering with local nonprofit Bazaarvoice Foundation, which aims to assist young people in becoming future business and community leaders. The partnership will launch entrepreneurial programs at the middle school and high school that Cunningham students will eventually attend…”
Austin American Statesman: Austin district launches student entrepreneurship program
“A handful of students at Crockett High School scribble madly across the white board as a pocket of peers gathers around them, tossing out ideas…”
AISD Media Advisory
From Kindergarten to Graduation: AISD and Bazaarvoice Foundation Create Entrepreneurship Opportunities
KVUE 5pm news segment
Young entrepreneurs in the making at Crockett High School.