Meet Justice student, Steven Grullon, owner of Endless Graphics, a design focused printing business based in the E-Center. His STP is to travel to San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, following his interest in baseball.)
News and Announcements
Thursday, November 9th marked the fourth annual Rhode Island Entrepreneur Hall of Fame induction. Annually, the Hall of Fame recognizes and admits an outstanding and widely recognized entrepreneur.
Wednesday marked the first day of E360 classes. Seventeen of 81 applicants from across the Met campus joined us to begin a journey into innovation and entrepreneurship.
Sophomore Keegan Bonds-Harmon capitalizes on E-360 experience. Does Met proud at NFTE nationals. (CLICK PICTURE FOR FULL STORY)
Want to hear about this year's Business Innovation Factory Summit through the lens of Providence's up and coming youth entrepreneurs? (CLICK ON PICTURE FOR FULL STORY)
Noah Salem, Founder and CEO of KickVids, was the only Rhode Island high school student to be named a 2017 Horatio Alger Distinguished Scholar, earning him a $25,000 college scholarship.
Jodie Woodruff, Director of The Met's Entrepreneurship Center, named an Allen Distinguished Educator
Jodie Woodruff, Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Education (the MET) in Providence, Rhode Island, has been named a 2016 Allen Distinguished Educator.
Owen Cuseo and Noah Salem win third place at Startup Weekend Edu, with their idea to engage students with culturally relevant content by bringing astronomy to life through community stargazing nights.
UWC-USA is one of 15 UWC campuses located on five continents. A two-year residential school, UWC-USA serves students age 16-19 who typically represent more than 70 different countries. They participate in a unique program that combines academic challenge with an experiential, hands-on approach to learning.
The MET High School Student Competes – and Wins First Prize – at the 2014 NFTE New England Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge
Three MET High School Students compete in the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s (NFTE) Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. The Entrepreneurship Center’s Noah Salem takes first place, wins $1,000, and will compete nationally in NFTE’s National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge in Silicon Valley on Oct. 9th.