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San Mateo County elementary school students participated in the annual My Company Day, an event put on by Workshop Education, a Bay Area after-school program provider, meant to teach children about entrepreneurship and innovation.

Students from North Star Academy, Woodside Elementary School, Hatch Elementary School and Farallone View Elementary School participated in the event and were challenged to create their own small businesses including a company name, product or service and prototype. They then provided feedback on each other’s proposals before mass producing their products to sell to their families and classmates who were given “worship money” to purchase the items on My Company Day.

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