Why StartUp TradeUp
44% of the US economy is accounted for by small businesses
Children cannot be what they cannot see. Driven by this philosophy, Emily Kilgore has spent her seventeen-year teaching career in the pursuit of inspiring young people by creating hands-on, experiences-based classrooms deeply rooted in partnerships with businesses in the region.
From her initial role as a Project Manager at an education management organization, transitioning into ESOL education, and eventually immersing herself into business brokerage, Nadia has cultivated a unique variety of experiences that uniquely position her to drive changes in entrepreneurship education and workforce development.
Relationships are the cornerstone of experiential and work based learning experiences, which provide opportunities to learn and develop entrepreneurial skills. We can build new relationships, enhance existing ones and make management and sustainment of these critical partnerships easy.
We will identify the right entrepreneurial curriculum/program and support for your goals, whether it’s something we’ve developed or not.
Training and Professional Development
If you’re not sure where to start, we can help. This may include creating custom curriculum and programs. It could also include identifying pockets of excellence/opportunities for improvement in your existing organization and then developing and implementing a plan for improvement, enhancement, and/or expansion of those pockets and opportunities.
Simplifying and automating learning so that you can have your time back immediately.
Whether you’re looking to maximize existing relationships or build new ones, we can help!
A Team Who Cares
We built StartUp TradeUp to help you achieve your goals and our team is here to support your efforts.
Children Cannot Be What They Cannot See
It is critical that students explore career paths and opportunities from many different angles.