Met student wins regional entrepreneurship challenge

KEEGAN BONDS-HARMON, a student at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center in Providence, won first place at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship New England Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. He was awarded $1,000 for his business plan for Keegan’s Creatures, handmade designs on shirts with a focus on artistry and creativity that maximizes self-expression and combats fast fashion culture. /COURTESY METROPOLITAN REGIONAL CAREER AND TECHNICAL CENTER
KEEGAN BONDS-HARMON, a student at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center in Providence, won first place at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship New England Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge. He was awarded $1,000 for his business plan for Keegan’s Creatures, handmade designs on shirts with a focus on artistry and creativity that maximizes self-expression and combats fast fashion culture. /COURTESY METROPOLITAN REGIONAL CAREER AND TECHNICAL CENTER
PROVIDENCE – First place at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship New England Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge was awarded to Keegan Bonds-Harmon, a student at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, or the Met, in Providence. Bonds-Harmon won $1,000 for his business plan for Keegan’s Creatures, handmade designs on shirts with a focus on artistry…

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