Kidpreneur Projects

I learned to package my ideas in such a way that I could tell my grandmother what I’m doing in language she understands. We therefore make PAD a community-owned project, so I don’t become the face of PAD but it becomes a product of the community.
— PAD Founder, high school senior
Pitching to the Managing Director of Microsoft assured me that given the opportunities and drive, young people have the potential to compete on the same level as seasoned professionals. This has strengthened my conviction to use entrepreneurship as a tool for change.
— Mathmahelp, Founder, high school senior


The goal is to promote simple preventative behavior against skin cancer through a youth-centered activities.

The team developed a 10-week curriculum of activities and creative social campaigns, ready to be launched as a cancer awareness club on any high school campus!

Wristbands made of UV color-change beads alert students when they have been exposed to harmful rays.



Born out of the chemistry lab, this biofuel apparatus turns manure into methane gas for cooking.

At scale, the device provides hundreds of underprivileged elementary school students affordable fuel for cooking. It also added to the school’s portfolio of ‘green standards’ that won them continued funding.

The team realized it was also a great opportunity to teach the elementary school students about green solutions and involve them in the digging and building process!