Volunteer: Business Coaches, Guest Speakers, Judges
Project ECHO relies on hundreds of volunteers each year to support our young entrepreneurs with their business journeys. Business Coaches mentor teams as they ideate, research and prepare to pitch their start-up at the Business Plan Competition. Guest Speakers share their start-up journey or industry expertise with our teens at an event, on a panel, or in an interview. Competition Judges evaluate business plans and presentations at our annual High School Entrepreneurs’ Business Plan.
Team up with Project ECHO and sponsor a classroom, a school or an event. Funds are put to immediate use to enroll students, recruit and train mentors, develop new curriculums and classroom-based materials, and produce events.
Sponsorships benefits are truly personalized to meet the promotional interests of our supporters. Submit the inquiry form below and an ECHO representative will follow up shortly.
Mission Possible Industry Design Challenge
Project ECHO Labs, a consortium of hundreds of creative and avant-garde high school students will innovate, create and present their contemporary solutions to your most pressing business concerns, expansion options, or social causes. Let our teens inspire your organization’s next product, service, or solution.
Meyer and Renee Luskin sponsor a classroom of students from the Alliance Luskin College-Ready Academy
HEAR IT STRAIGHT FROM OUR STUDENTS AND MENTORS!
“Our mentor helped us tons with the business plan and description and to calm our nerves down before our presentation at the Competition. They were outstanding and extremely helpful.”
“My mentor became an unforgettable friend.”
“Seeing the kids present was a mind-blowing experience, especially given that it is something they are passionate about and have built from the ground up.”
“I liked being able to make an impact on the student’s lives–I felt I was able to give them skills and teach them to do things they will use for the rest of their lives.”
“I enjoy working with students and helping them with new concepts that they are not familiar with or taught in regular school.”