Assume You’ve Inherited $10,000

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  • Pockets of Love Bra Company: Bras with pockets for essential items, phones, credit cards, and cash. (This business plan was produced by Katherine B. and Rachel R. and can be viewed by clicking here after January 15.)
  • The Self Cafe: Think library and coffee shop combined, but only for SMHS students looking for a quiet place to study that also offers Starbucks like food and drink. (This business plan was produced by Yanni L., and Irene T. and can be viewed by clicking here after January 15.)
  • The Portable Baseball Simulator: Inspired by the golf simulator, the Portable Baseball Simulator will let baseball batters of all ages know where and how they are hitting the ball. Imagine, hit after hit and knowing the exit velocity, contact point, the distance the ball traveled, launch angle, apex of the ball path, and flight time. (This business plan was produced by Andrew H., Derek M., and Cameron R. and can be viewed by clicking here after January 15.)
  • The Fun Academy After School Program: Offering engaging and enriching learning opportunities for K-5th grade students in the San Marino Unified School District. (This business plan was produced by Nikki T. and can be viewed by clicking here after January 15.)

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  1. Academic tutoring
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Barbershop
  4. Blog consultant
  5. Blogger
  6. Candle making
  7. Candymaker
  8. Car washing
  9. Child care
  10. Clothing boutique
  11. Computer repair service
  12. Custom drone builder
  13. Custom t-shirt
  14. Day spa
  15. Device setup business
  16. Dog walker
  17. Dog treat baker
  18. Drone videographer
  19. Dropshipping business
  20. E-bike repair service
  21. Errand-running
  22. Espresso cart
  23. Event planner
  24. Farmers market vendor
  25. Flower shop
  26. Food truck
  27. Gluten-free bakery
  28. Graphic designer
  29. Greeting card making and selling
  30. Guided tours
  31. Handmade craft making and selling
  32. Holiday decorator
  33. Hostel (B&B) owner
  34. House sitting
  35. Housecleaning
  36. How-to videos
  37. Indoor drone racing
  38. Lawn care business
  39. Live-streaming gamer
  40. Mobile bike repair
  41. Mobile pet grooming
  42. Moving company
  43. Music lessons
  44. Nail Salon
  45. Organic café
  46. Organic vending machines
  47. Pet sitting or dog walker
  48. Photographer
  49. Pizza Parlor
  50. Podcaster
  51. Proofreader
  52. Seasonal chores
  53. Social media influencer
  54. Tamale making
  55. Technology tutor
  56. Videographer
  57. VR arcade owner
  58. Web designer
  59. Yoga instructor
  60. Retail arbitrage: For those who are savvy online, this can be a simple business that makes a decent profit. The main idea in retail arbitrage is to find high-quality items for a low price and then to resell them in a different marketplace for a higher price. Many people who start a retail arbitrage business will find items at local garage sales and then resell them on eBay or Facebook Marketplace.

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High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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Peter Paccone

Peter Paccone

High school APUSH teacher with much in-class and online teaching experience. Also a blogger, keynote speaker, editor, podcast host, and conference presenter.

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