Immokalee High School on Entrepreneurship and Projects That Serve Community

Key Points

  • Projects in the classroom should have a connection to a real need in the community. 

harvesting housing

On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Shawnee is joined by a superstar team of students and teachers from Immokalee High School. Falia Justima is an educator at Immokalee High School in Collier County Public Schools in Naples, where she has taught for four years. She is also an entrepreneur in the local community where she runs a real estate and small personal finance advising company with her sister.

We’re also joined by two seniors cousins from Falia’s IncubatorEDU classroom team. Luz Cantero-Huapilla and Lizbeth Huapilla. Alongside some of their classmates they created the company Harvesting Housing to serve migrant farmers.


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