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  • Teens Going Green

    Param Jaggi, 18, wanted to make a change in the world. He recognized that with the present systems of environmental organization and energy use, the future on Earth wasn’t looking well. His first step to make change was to become the founder of EcoViate. EcoViate is working to produce green technologies. According to the company website these technologies will be “inexpensive,” “efficient,”

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  • Teenage Entrepreneur

    Jaylen Bledsoe, 15, is no amateur in the business world. Starting his own company in 2011, Jaylen has learned to balance his business responsibilities while attending high school. It took him almost two years to get his company off the ground with help from Attorney Paul R. Hayes who exchanged legal representation for optimization on his firm’s website. Even though his company offers many

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  • EMT on Duty

    Alex Gu became inspired to be an emergency medical technician (EMT) after volunteering in the emergency room at his local hospital while in high school. As he witnessed the importance and impact of the EMT paramedics, Alex decided he wanted to become a part of it.

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  • Project ORANGS

    Project ORANGS (Orangutans Really Appreciate and Need Girl Scouts) started as a small Girl Scout assignment, but with hard work and passion it has grown to be so much more. Rhiannon Tomtishen and Madison Vorva, recent high school graduates, began advocating for orangutans and other rain forest life when they were in sixth grade. Seven years later, the team has a lot to be proud of. They have

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  • Project ORANGS Campaign

    Project ORANGS (Orangutans Really Appreciate and Need Girl Scouts) started as a small Girl Scout assignment, but with hard work and passion it has grown to be so much more. Rhiannon Tomtishen and Madison Vorva, recent high school graduates, began advocating for orangutans and other rain forest life when they were in sixth grade. Seven years late, the team has a lot to be proud of. They have

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