Handmade Arcade is excited to partner again with EdCorps – welcoming nine of their entrepreneurial classroom.
Since 2014, EdCorps, powered by Real World Scholars, has started 600 student-run businesses engaging over 50k students using entrepreneurship as a vehicle for real-world learning. Across the K-12 spectrum, hundreds of classrooms in over 40 states have used the EdCorps platform to start a student-run business and connect student learning to the world in radically authentic ways.
Say hello to our new and returning EdCorps Classrooms . . .
Soarmania and Shine
Penn Hills Charter School for Entrepreneurship
Soarmania is a student-run metropolis with various businesses to support. Students in grades K-8 conceive, develop, and make all the products. The Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship provides a hands-on, engaging program designed to bring entrepreneurial and economic concepts alive for students.
SWISS (Students of the Watson Institute Seasonal Sales)
Students will sell various items with Fall, Winter, and Holiday themes – including hot and cold packs, small signs, porch signs, and ornaments. Stop by their table to see what they have to offer. Shoppers can place orders for personalized items mailed after the event! The students are excited to practice their business and selling skills in this one-of-a-kind real-world opportunity.
BW Creations is back again and excited to sell their wares, including hand sanitizer holders, phone grips, lip balm holders, key chains, and more, all designed and made by 5th-grade students using the sublimation process.
Eagle Pride Production
South Park School District
Eagle Pride Production students are excited to once again participate in the real-world experience of the large-scale Holiday Market. They will sell lathe-turned wood pens, desk novelty holiday trees, Walnut/Birch tealight candle holders, Walnut/Birch desk organizers, rolling laptop tables, rustic country star, and more.
After a successful sales day in 2021, Innovation Shop is returning to the 2022 Holiday Market to sell holiday ornaments, games, magnets, keychains, jewelry, and more. The students had a fantastic time last year and are excited to participate again.
Golden Oaks Designs
Keystone Oaks High School
Students will bring hand-turned wood pens, pencils, laser-cut night lights, and 3D reindeer. Everything is handmade, with each unique characteristic. After selling out in 2021, the students are excited to return and are focused on preparing their products and booths for the Holiday Market.
The Rustic Duck Co.
Otto-Eldred School District
As a last-minute participant in 2021, the students from Otto-Eldred High School, a small rural community, are excited to return. The Rustic Duck Co. has become one of the critical components of the high school’s Agriculture Science Department. Stop by their table for decadent soy-scented candles, lotion candles, lip balm, shoe spray, wax melts, soap made from goat’s milk, and more.
West Jefferson Hills School District
TJ3D is excited to return to the Holiday Market to sell 3D-printed holiday ornaments and Pittsburgh-themed items. Products are priced to sell and will make unique and cherished holiday gifts.
Carmichaels Area School District
From hand-designed shirts to student-made products, students from Handcrafted Inc. put their heart and soul into delivering specialized designs and products guaranteed to suit your needs. Stop by their table to see what fun designs they will have at this year’s Holiday Market.