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How can teens start their own business or nonprofit?

When Natalie Miccile applied for an MBA, she was turned down, even though she had already received a doctorate in pharmacy from the same institution. Both Natalie and her parents were at a loss as to the reason and next steps. In the rapidly evolving workforce of today, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly how […]

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Summer Entrepreneurship Program Kicks-off as Girls Unveil Ventures from “Uber for Make-up” to Helping Cambodian Kids

Stamford, CT –  A packed room of parents and educators this weekend watched in awe as 25 Girls with Impact graduates from Connecticut and New York unveiled their business ventures, ranging from Countless Cares for Cambodia inspired by the death of relatives to Cleo, an app to find and secure makeup experts on-demand. The gathering […]

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Girls With Impact Drives Safety Innovations as Girls Report Three Episodes Post-Parkland School Shooting

Stamford, CT — Jennifer Openshaw, CEO of Girls with Impact, the only entrepreneurship program just for girls, made the following statement after last night’s classes revealed new school episodes and insights about school safety. “In the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting, teen girls shockingly reported during this week’s Girls with Impact classes three separate safety […]

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Press Release: Girls With Impact Program Driving Teen Girls’ Confidence in Entrepreneurship, Leadership

Stamford, CT, January 24, 2017 – Fully 100% of girls feel more career-ready and 90% feel greater confidence in their ability to differentiate themselves in college applications as a result of Girls With Impact’s 12-week “mini-MBA” program, the organization announced today. Girls With Impact – the nation’s only entrepreneur and leadership program created just for […]

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What Extra-Curricular Activities do Colleges Look for?

A question that may not be on the top of mind for college applicants, but should be is: What extra-curricular activities are colleges looking for? Applications for undergraduate schools and graduate programs are underway in many households this month. As students from many backgrounds, both high school and college, pursue their next step in higher […]

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