National Scope of America's Entrepreneurial Schools

EntreEd champions entrepreneurship education, cultivating students for a prosperous future. Through leadership, professional development, advocacy, and networking, EntreEd curates educational practices and programs that forge entrepreneurial capabilities in all students.

State Profiles: Every Student, Every Year

50,500+
Students Improved
125+
AES Designated Schools
11
States

Alabama
1
AES School
510
Students Served
Florida
1
AES School
900
Students Served
Kentucky
73
AES Schools
30,332
Students Served
Big Sandy CTC, Southeast KY CTC, Hazard, CTC
Community Partners
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER
Grant Program
Lexington
2019 EntreEd Forum City
Mississippi
1
AES School
620
Students Served
New Jersey
3
AES Schools
1,430
Students Served
Ohio
5
AES Schools
2,322
Students Served
Hocking College
Community Partner
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER
Grant Program
Pennsylvania
2
AES Schools
832
Students Served
Intermediate Unit 1
Community Partner
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER, Claude Worthington Benedum
Grant Program
Pittsburgh
2018 EntreEd Forum City
Tennessee
1
AES School
510
Students Served
Roane State CC
Community Partner
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER
Grant Program
Chattanooga
2020 EntreEd Forum City
Virginia
5
AES Schools
1,885
Students Served
Mountain Empire CC
Community Partner
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER
Grant Program
West Virginia
18
AES Schools
7,824
Students Served
BridgeValley CTC, Southern WV CTC, Pierpont CTC
Community Partners
Appalachian Regional Commission POWER, Claude Worthington Benedum, The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation
Grant Programs
Charleston
2017 EntreEd Forum City

Current Expansion Plan: The expansion plan includes adding more counties in WV and TN. EntreEd is exploring some new models in PA and NC that are scalable and sustainable. Our community partners are working hard to on-board new counties and schools and are working with existing school district partners.


Why Entrepreneurship Education?

What skills do students really need to be successful and prepared for their future careers? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Sixty-five percent of children starting school today will need skills for jobs that don’t exist yet.

In a world that is advancing faster than ever before, students must be equipped with an imperative and non traditional skill set in order to keep up and rise above.

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Miranda Johnson
Fleming Neon Middle School, Letcher County, Kentucky

“The initiative teaches students skills that can be applied both inside and outside of the classroom. These skills are crucial to developing innovative thinking and include networking, designing, and collaborative/creative thinking. The initiative allows all types of learners to experience success in their own individual ideas. It promotes college and career readiness and opens students up to explore careers in new and interesting ways.”


Listen to first hand accounts from our rock star entrepreneurial educators to hear how they have used entrepreneurship in their classrooms through the America’s Entrepreneurial Schools initiative.

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