Local & Remote Students
Lemonade Alley for Earth Day is an annual eco-entrepreneur challenge for youth, grades K-12 that runs on April 21, 2018 at Pearlridge Center in Aiea, Hawaii. Students away from Oahu may compete at Lemonade Alley by operating student businesses anywhere, anytime and log results into the Lemonade Alley Competition at BizzyB to be eligible for awards and prizes. There are separate awards and prizes for Pearlridge participants and remote online-only participants.
Create an Eco-Entrepreneur Project
For Lemonade Alley, participants create a short-term BizzyB eco-entrepreneur project to support a charity or school of their choice. Projects can be done anywhere, anytime during the contest period. Choose from four separate projects tracks including:
- Lemonade Stand (beverage stand of recycled materials)
- Cardboard Carnival (arcade games of recycled materials)
- Upcycle Alley (products of recycled materials)
- Billion Trees of Aloha (tree planting programs)
Report Results by 12-Noon, April 21, 2018 HST
Report project outcomes by the April 21 deadline to be eligible for awards & prizes.
SIGN UP UNDER CONSTRUCTION
By April 7, 2018, you will be able to sign up for Lemonade Alley directly at BizzyB. At that time, a new Competition Module will be introduced here at BizzyB featuring Lemonade Alley including competition instructions, rules, prize listing, how the competition works and other essential information.
Information & Pre-Sign Up
Get info and reserve a team spot at the official Lemonade Alley website. A representative will contact you to confirm your spot as well as send you an email invitation to come back to BizzyB once the Competition Module opens. In the meantime, you can get a head start by accessing information at the official website.