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Wacky Wednesdays

As part of my building life skills homeschool curriculum, I represent Read and Grow Rich S.T.E.a.M. Faire by leading a Wacky Wednesday STEAM lesson at Reach Leadership Academy. I serve dual roles – instructor and photographer. In April 2015, the lesson was a paper tower competition. Students

My Community Service

Me and my friends (along with their family) treated the residents of the Rialto Retirement Home to an afternoon of music, dance, sweet treats, and warm socks.                   My friend Kayden was in Loma Linda’s Children’s Hospital.

Mini Mogul Club

Guess What? There is NO minimum age to start a business or to become a millionaire. All you need is a great idea, a little knowledge, and a lot of hard work. I started my business when I was only 5 years old. Read my story

Participating In Local History

In October 2014, Vice President Joe Biden came to Colton (California) High School.  In spite of all of the blockades and street closures, I managed to get a photo of the motorcade. I had to anticipate where would be a good spot to stand to

Robotics Expo

I went to a Robotics Expo that was held on at Saturday January 25, 2014 at Sequoia Middle School in Fontana California.  The organizers served jalapeno chips and turkey wraps and Capri Suns and cookies. What is interesting is that they let you build your

Chores For Sale

Yard Work, document shredding, kick scooter and bike repair, Public speaking

I also recycle cans and bottles.

Thanks!

 

          

 

Mini Mogul Club

Guess What? There is NO minimum age to start a business or to become a millionaire. All you need is a great idea, a little knowledge, and a lot of hard work. I started my business when I was only 5 years old. Read my story here.

Join Our Club Today!

I’m the President of the Mini Mogul Club. My Gma and I started the club to get youth excited about having their own business.ClubMeeting_BlackTop

Participating in the Mini Mogul Club is a lot of fun.  Members have access to all kinds of events and activities. If you are local to the Inland Empire California, you can participate live. If you are not, no worries. we have online activities too!

Like any club, there are monthly meetings, committees to serve on, and interactive projects to do.  Club members also get access to top rated independent study activities, online and offline field trips, do it yourself educational programs, club discounts, and more. The nice thing is, club members participate at their own pace.  And all activities are age appropriate. Some events and activities may require a separate fee. Membership is on a month to month basis.

And what’s really cool is that members get the opportunity to bring their ideas to life and showcase their entrepreneurial skills when we host our business plan competition and our Kidz Biz Expo.

We Teach Members How To Have Fun At Work!

Join the Mini Mogul Club and get access to learning programs like:

  • Business Basics 101greatideas
  • How to Start a Business
  • Business Ideas For Youth and Young Adults
  • How to Make a Budget
  • What is Selling
  • How to Make a Mobile App
  • How to Make a Mobile Website
  • How to Start a Blog
  • Movie Making Basics
  • Internet Safety
  • How to Write a Business Plan
  • Staying Safe

Exciting New Programs are always being added.

It’s Easy To Join!  Invite a friend!

Pay only $25 per month  NOTE:  All minors MUST have parent join on their behalf.




Remember…..There is NO minimum age to start a business!

Wacky Wednesdays

As part of my building life skills homeschool curriculum, I represent Read and Grow Rich S.T.E.a.M. Faire by leading a Wacky Wednesday STEAM lesson at Reach Leadership Academy. I serve dual roles – instructor and photographer.

In April 2015, the lesson was a paper tower competition. Students in the 4th and 5th grade formed teams. Each team consisted of both 4th and 5th grade students. The goal was to build the tallest tower out of copy paper. The only rule was that the tower had to stand for 30 seconds.

In December 2014, students were in awe of our “Build a Train” activity. Parents donated cookies, candies, and a host of other sweet goodies. About 300 students used their imagination to build a train car out of the goodies. Yes, they got to take home their creation. I stopped to take photos with the Principal of the Day.

REACH Leadership STEAM Academy is a public charter school operating within the City of Riverside. REACH is a K-6 college preparatory elementary school with a Focus in STEM + Arts (science, technology, engineering, mathematics + art). With its college-going school culture, REACH utilizes a technology-rich instructional approach to learning that provides opportunities for students to learn through inquiry and exploration.

Sharing Your Gifts

Sharing Your Gifts