CEL Entrepreneurs Sell Scarves, Masks, & Wraps Made in Cambodia

Sonas to America is a student-run, non-profit organization spearheaded this year by Mia Costonis '21 and Meena Padhye '22, and brought to life under the school's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) program.

Sonas, a weaving village located in Cambodia, consists of 12 women who weave all products sold through Sonas to America. The company then donates all profits back to the weaving village to create incomes for these women and give them an opportunity to send their children to college, which is rare in Cambodia. Each purchase makes a positive impact in these women’s lives, and for that we thank you!

Mia and Meena were featured on NBC10 last Friday in a quick interview! Watch their story on NBC10.

Learn more about SCH Academy's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership program, and see how our students are changing the world. Hear directly from Director of the CEL Ed Glassman about our trademarked curriculum and read about our CEL course offerings.


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