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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Over community members, students, faculty and staff visited the fourteen teams of student entrepreneurs, who were in all phases of their businesses, ranging from recently created ideas to well-established business plans. Visitors to the showcase were inspired by alternative clothing designs, monthly snack-box deliveries, event and party planning, custom pins to help teens express themselves and home furnishings using 3-D printing, to name a few. The VentureLab assists students with the capital, knowledge, and skills necessary to test and launch their business dreams.
Our two small, community-based group homes offer teen mothers and their babies a stable place to live while they prepare for independence. Located on tree-lined streets in Queens, each house is a temporary home to three moms and their babies. The houses feature private bedrooms for each pair, computer rooms, playrooms, and large backyards with picnic benches and playground equipment. Caring for an infant or toddler is hard work.