"Over time I found a passion for making jewelry, and I spend my days that are mostly busy creating all of these unique designs," said Cameron Gibson. Cameron creates a variety of handmade necklaces, bracelets, earrings, keychains, and other custom items. Some of the pieces are geared toward nurses and other healthcare staff, in honor of her mother who works in the medical field.
In late Feb. the young 14-year-old Kropfl, sold the rights to his $300,000 skateboard company to Wham-O. Wham-O not only agreed to a licensing deal for Locker Board, but also picked up Streetubez, a canopy-like accessory designed to mimic the feeling of surfing while riding a skateboard on the street. “Everyone here at Wham-O is stoked to be in business with Carson and Locker Board. These unique skateboards will be the centerpiece of our new Wham-O Wheelz category.
Teenager Jo Lawrence has swapped travel and nightlife for getting up at dawn – to run her family’s farm in memory of her dad. The 19-year-old was about to set off an a gap year to see the world when her dad Bob suddenly died of heart failure on market day at only 50.
When Bridget was in fourth grade, she began growing tomatoes as a part of her homeschool curriculum, learning math and science as she gardened. It would take a very long time to count Bridget Hollingsworth's tomato plants. The 15 year old isn't entirely sure of how many she has. Thousands, certainly — the plants are overflowing out of her greenhouse.
AveryAnna’s Boutique currently features clothing items, as well as accessories. Clothing sizes range from extra small to 3x in some styles. Items purchased may either be shipped or if local, delivery can be arranged. “If you order something and live here, you just e-mail me within an hour of your order and we schedule local pick up,” Novotny said.
Fifteen-year-old Kaitlin Martin is a student at Hamburg High School. She has an Etsy shop called "Beaded by Kaitlin," where she has sold more than one thousand natural stone beaded bracelets since 2017. Each month, she donates a portion of the proceeds to charity.
The 20-year-old from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is an ordinary teenager with an extraordinary eye for integrating tech solutions into everyday life. A Google Science Fair winner in 2014, a TEDx speaker in 2015, he'd designed a low-cost concussion detection kit, created a math app which recognizes and solves handwritten problems, and co-authored a paper on brain tumor diagnosis via image processing algorithms -- all before leaving high school.
Doyle started building miniatures in 2018, after falling down a rabbit hole watching tiny kitchen cooking videos. She started designing interiors for “room boxes,” which are individual miniature rooms, and eventually worked her way to building her own full dollhouses out of wood, with her grandfather’s help. Her biggest sale to date was a custom dollhouse interior (kitchens, decor, wallpaper and accessories) that went for $700. Since starting her business last August, she’s made more than
Originally lessons were held at the Westport Library, with tutors helping students with math work and building robots, among other activities. But when closures became widespread due to corona-virus concerns, Saxon’s business pivoted to a more virtual approach. “We now use (the Zoom video conference app) for all of our lessons,” Saxon said. “We hold lessons with two to three students so it’s a social environment.”
Harsha’s been making websites since she was 13. It began during her internship with a company that didn’t have much to do with IT. One day, its CEO was to be interviewed on a prominent news channel and they needed to revamp the company website before then. The only person who was free to work on it at that moment was Harsha—a student who had no experience in anything related to web development and IT. But that was how she learnt to make fast, professional websites & fell in love with it.