"I founded a small woodworking business when I was in 9th grade. I needed a way to make money that would not interfere with school or skating. I started making hand-turned pens and pencil sets. I would sell them online, at craft fairs, and at flea markets. Over time, my business has grown to include candlestick holders, tables and small pieces of furniture.
A career on Wall Street is so 2008. You paid for your first car selling used sneakers on eBay, started a babysitting agency with your friends, or led weekend shifts at a local fast-food restaurant. With a Discus Award, your part-time job, involvement in a family business, or entrepreneurship shows colleges that you’re prepared to excel in today’s workforce.
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