Congratulations to Madalena Teles '19 and Michelle Rhee '19, who were featured in their own Channel One News segment about teenagers and technology!
Congratulations to Michelle Rhee '19 and Madalena Teles '19, who were featured in their own Channel One News segment about teenagers and technology! The dynamic duo have worked for the last few years on the development of an app called TimeBreak to help people manage their time better, especially busy teenagers like themselves, catching the attention of the media. Channel One News broadcasts daily into classrooms across the country, reaching six million students ― the perfect audience for TimeBreak! Watch the segment here.
"In Spark Tank, I learned a lot about myself, how to expand an idea into a physical product, and how to step back and think critically to overcome an obstacle and move forward. I also learned to think about my career as an entrepreneur," reports Michelle.
Madalena, like Michelle, credits Dwight's incubator with quite a lot: "Spark Tank helped me get my ideas out there in the world and use my imagination to make the world a better place. What I take from Spark Tank — and what I will still talk about when I'm old — is our amazing project and how Dwight made it come true!"
TimeBreak is available in the App Store for iOS (Apple devices) — download it today!
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