Meet this week’s awesome studentpreneur guest: Kayle Gray, 28, recent graduate from the University of Utah and founder of Conversion Cake, USA.
Frank has been working with high school entrepreneurs for four years, leading workshops and competitions, but this year, he and his team is excited to launch the world’s first business incubator for high school students. The incubator is built on a no-tuition, no-equity model. The goal is to help accepted students make $20,000 in 6 months. Frank’s mission is to empower, support, and develop students as they begin their journeys as entrepreneurs and founders.
- Create your own Mastermind group
- Use you the fact that you are a student to call businesses
- Take care of yourself and your body when managing a business and your studies
- Negotiate assignment deadlines with your professors
- Your peers are as important as mentors
- At first, I didn’ identify as an entrepreneur but as a business minded person
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