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Bright idea results in national recognition

Congratulations to the Reagan High School Business Incubator program! 

Reagan’s ‘Fuelit’ business team was selected as one of 25 national quarterfinalists in the highly competitive INCubatoredu National Pitch contest. Through this contest, students pitch their ideas for real funding opportunities. 

It was an incredible learning experience. 

“We are super proud of this team,” said Business Incubator teacher Danya Martin. “They were a model group in our Incubator program, and we look forward to working with them next year in our Accelerator program.”

The Reagan Business Incubator program provides the curriculum for entrepreneurship classes. This immersive business program allows students to learn the ins and outs of business in a real-world atmosphere.

Fuelit was created by Callyn Owen, Aden Jaworski and Fatima Berlanga. It’s an app that will deliver gas to your car anywhere you may be, saving you time and keeping you safe. 

This level of professional development continues to test students in the best ways and empowers them to grow alongside their products. Now, they're being recognized on a national scale for their ideas. 

Way to go Callyn, Aden and Fatima! 

If you want to contribute as a sponsor, mentor, or volunteer, visit the Reagan Business Incubator to learn more. 

Posted by Lila Stanley
Posted on 6-7-23