Woodrow Wilson High School student Mary Holt and Amari DeFrance, a student at the Seagoville Pathways to Technology Early College High School, are heading to a national competition for entreperenuers, and they need your help!
The students are competing in the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship National Business Competition this month in October in New York City. The public can vote on their business ideas to help them win the competition.
Holt and her friend and former classmate, Hannah Wahl, have a business idea called Brownie Bar. The business would be a food stand, a la Chipotle, where customers could customize all-natural brownie orders with a selection of flavors, spreads and toppings. Go here to learn more and to vote for the business.
DeFrance’s business idea is called Amari’s City of Scrub. The business would be a residential cleaning service that uses only eco-friendly cleaning products. Go here to learn more and to vote for the business.
The students recently appeared on Good Day Texas to talk about their business ideas. Go here to learn more.