For Intro to Entrepreneurship (BUS 130) class students, the semester was focused on actively going through the entrepreneurial process, from idea generation and opportunity evaluation to planning and launch of a business. After launch, students took part in a 2-week competition to sell, sell, sell! During that competition, students voted on a non-profit organization to donate all their net profit. This semester’s non-profit donation is going to the Boys and Girls Club of Lowell.
Student businesses included t-shirts, face scrub, food, wallets, audio files, shoe cleaning, decorative pillows, and a painting service. Find out more specifics below.
Congratulations to all the students who worked hard during this competition!
Lowell Night Class Net Profit: $774
Bedford Day Class Net Profit: $1346
Because of our students hard work, total donations being made are
$1808 to the Boys and Girls Club of Lowell and
$312* to the Under the Oak Homeless Outreach Program
*this was a special social entrepreneurship project completed by Jack Stavro, see below for more info…
In the Bedford Day class, a special congratulations to Jack Stavro and Andrea Patino Galindo for making the two highest net profits. Andrea’s Churro business had $513 in sales.
In the Lowell night class, a special congratulations to Mickey Le and Rachael Trott for making the most net profit. Mickey’s photography business had $420 in sales.
Learn more about what the students were up to below.
BUS 130 – 01 (Bedford Day)
A special social entrepreneurial project, Humanity of the Homeless helped educate people around the issues of homelessness. This project raised $325 in donations to the Under the Oak Homeless Outreach Program in Lowell.
Overall, this class earned $1,302 in net profits to donate. $990 to the Boys and Girls Club of Lowell and $350 to the Under the Oak Homeless Outreach Program in Lowell.
Check out BUS 130-80 (Lowell Night)
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Overall, this class earned $804 in net profits to donate to the Boys and Girls Club of Lowell.