Two Central Valley High School students hope to turn their passion for pottery into a profitable business.
Nathan Brown, a freshmen in high school, has started his own business mowing lawns.
14-year-old Jesse Sheldon donates thousands of diapers to St. Anne's Children and Family Center.
Krystal Kelly, Shadle Park High School's top girl scout cookie seller, is sharing tips to other girls to boost sales.
Seniors Cole Ziegler and Megan Smith are helping run the student store at Mount Spokane high school, all the while gaining business experience along the way.
ONE WEEK EACH SUMMER THE CAMPUS OF WSU-SPOKANE IS TAKEN OVER BY BUDDING YOUNG SCIENTISTS. THE PROGRAM WAS STARTED 15 YEARS AGO TO EXPOSE MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS TO SCIENCE AND MATH.
THE CAMP TAKES ON A C-S-I FEEL AS STUDENTS WORK TO SOLVE A MEDICAL MYSTERY.
5th though 8th graders get a little dose of real life, learning to run their own businesses and how to interact with other people.
9-year-old Matilda Greiner has been helping raise money for SCRAPS through designing greeting cards, asking for donations, and hoping to one day create her own T-Shirt line.
The Future Business Leaders of America at Freeman High School is the largest in the region.
High school students learn how to live on a budget, balancing their check books, holding a job and picking up monthly living expenses.
Middle school boy scout completes his merit badge in personal management, tracking his parent's expenditures.
Danielle Hansen's dresses are impressive. Even more so when you learn the creative force behind them just began her freshman year in high school.
Lake City junior Jordan Finney enjoys her time as a volunteer in Kootenai Health's adult daycare program.
Holy Family Hospital offers a class on babysitting, offering comfort for local parents.
Members of the explorer program partner with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office to learn all about what it is like being a sheriff.
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