Kyle Pinho

Willis Towers Watson / AllElse.Fit

Hello Fit Fam! As many of you already know, I have a strong interest in health and fitness, conveyed through my own fitness entrepreneurial concept - AllElse.Fit (a daily motivational newsletter containing workout guidance that has proven to work). I am participating because not only am I strongly interested in entrepreneurship, but the notion that fitness enhances the rest of your life. So combining the two... I'M IN! Inspiring entrepreneurial thinking is important for the future of society and should be available to all minds. I won't get into detail here about my workout routine because I send it out everyday through the AllElse.Fit newsletter! (allelsefit.com & Instagram: allelse.fit). However, one fitness tip I will offer is to be conscious of all aspects of movement. What do I mean? Reps are effective both on the way up and on the way down - whether that is an explosive motion, or a slow paced movement. So take advantage of both in order to exercise the same muscles in different ways! Please show your support to the young minds of the future to ensure that every idea is able to come to life and be acted upon. Plus, spread that health conscious lifestyle! Thank you! Kyle


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2016

$ 400 Raised
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The Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC), a 36-year-old, 501c3 nonprofit organization, is the nation’s largest continuously operating program for K-12 student inventors and entrepreneurs.

100% of the proceeds raised by Push For Entrepreneurship are donated to CIC.

CIC’s mission is to teach students creative problem-solving techniques through inventing, innovating, and entrepreneurship, by teachers trained in CIC’s programs. CIC programs have been endorsed by CT’s educational leaders as promoting creativity and critical thinking, and have received prestigious recognition, including trips to the White House Science Fairs.

  1. In Connecticut, more than 17,000 K-12 students in nearly 300 schools annually have CIC classroom-based programs.

  2. Students compete in their schools and winners present their inventions at local and district events and at the state wide convention in May.

  3. Selected state winners advance to the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE) at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan, in June.

  4. CIC inventors comprises 50% girls and 26% minority students, with program growth focused in under-served school districts.

  5. CIC inventors pursue entrepreneurship through patenting, investment, and commercialization.

Your donation will be used to provide hundreds of Bridgeport, Norwalk, and New Haven K-12 students the opportunity to participate in a program that will change their lives and our futures.

2016 Event Numbers

  • 28 Pushers
  • $ 29,488.50 Funded