Students in Brian Baum’s sophisticated business enterprise class at Canyon Crest Academy are attempting their hand at operating true-life firms. Here’s a appear at some of the projects that students have come up with, all of them featuring a charitable element.
Boba Buddy is a enterprise committed to delivering CCA students with inexpensive and scrumptious boba tea. The students have a stand each Friday in the student parking lot serving up flavors like Classic French Vanilla Milk Tea, Mango Tango Tea, and Strawberry Extraordinary Tea.
“Here at Boba Buddy we seriously hope to advantage our neighborhood,” stated Drew Shyffer, the CEO of Boba Buddy in a news release. “We perform with the Refugee Scholarship Fund, a student-run charity that raises dollars in service of San Diego refugees with hopes of greater education.”
A total of ten% of Boba Buddy’s proceeds are donated to the Refugee Scholarship Fund permitting them to make a true distinction in the lives of a lot of students.
You can adhere to them on Instagram at @bobabuddycca or pay a visit to their site at dahanm7425.wixsite.com/boba-buddy
The International T-Shirts enterprise: Sumana Nandipati, Max Meinert, Darrell Chu, Aksel Kukkonen.
Students Max Meinert, Susana Nandipati, Darrell Chu and Aksel Kukkonen have teamed up to run International, a t-shirt enterprise.
International seeks “to give the globe much more than just a t-shirt”—every shirt will have prints created by young children from underprivileged communities across the globe with a percentage of each acquire going straight back to the young children. The artwork for the 1st 3 styles comes from teenage girls in Afghanistan.
“Through our connection with young children from disadvantaged backgrounds our brand provides connection, special styles, and the chance to give back,” stated Meinert in a news release.
Verify out their styles on Instagram @international.tshirts
Pawsh is a student-led business enterprise that creates a custom dog kit box filled with a dog brush, a squeaky toy, a handmade rope toy and a dog-themed keychain.
Seniors Conchi Gordillo, Justin Bogucki and Emma Chan, and sophomores Adina Olsen and Russell Noiman decided this would be an remarkable business enterprise to share mainly because “we know just how significantly Del Mar loves their dogs and how significantly we do also.”
Pawsh tends to make all of their rope toys and packaging by hand and they donate ten% of all their income to the San Diego Humane Society, to give back to dogs in need to have. They sell their solution by means of Instagram, Tik Tok, their site and in individual by means of bake sales and pop-up shops on campus.
Verify them out on Instagram and Tik Tok @pawsh.kits