How This Successful High School Entrepreneur Is Impacting Education At StartEdUp
Scrolling through Facebook one evening, I saw a video featuring a high school student chatting with a teacher about education and entrepreneurship. As an educator myself, I couldn't help but notice his age...
Like A Boss: Greenwood Teen Grows Digital Marketing Business
GREENWOOD, Ind. (WTHR) - A nationally touted "entrepreneur to watch" is a Greenwood teenager who founded Inspired Blue Media, a digital media marketing company that's so busy, Jeremy Miller claims he's turning away clients.
Miller, 18, created his company while going to high school at Greenwood Christian Academy. It took a lot of juggling to stay up with classwork and customers.
Learn Why Top Gen Zers Are Skipping School to Become Entrepreneurs
Something amazing is happening with Gen Z: 61% of Gen Z who are still in high school and 43% of Gen Z who are in college say they would rather be entrepreneurs than employees when they graduate. This is a major shift from recent generations like the Baby Boomers, who were all about landing the perfect job right out of college and then riding it out to retirement.
Greenwood Christian Academy Grad, Jeremy Miller, Launches Marketing Agency
For the better part of his childhood, Jeremy Miller struggled with self-doubt after suffering years of abuse and depression that brought him to the precipice of suicide. To escape the dark world he was trapped in, he began drinking and experimenting with drugs.
Make Way For Generation Z Entrepreneurs Saying No To College
Occasionally I read stories of 13 year-old entrepreneurs who have found a niche market that has allowed them to earn income rivaling their parents. While these type of entrepreneurs may have be on the scene at a young age long before Generation Z was born, today we hear more of them because the Internet brings them to the palm of our hand.
JEREMY MILLER | MARKETING, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND THE POWER OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Jeremy Miller discovered entrepreneurship as a vehicle for helping others and building community while also searching for an escape from depression. He was sixteen when he opened his first custom longboard manufacturing business that focused on creating a safe space for young people to talk about life...