Student Entrepreneurs Offer Ventures that Appeal to Parents

Student Entrepreneurs Offer Ventures that Appeal to Parents

CEL Venture Accelerator students Cameron Harrop ’24, Brendan Flatow ’25, and Jenna Seidman ‘25 recently presented their business ventures to the Parents Association Executive Board to spread awareness to the SCH parent community.

Learn about Cameron’s babysitting business, Brendan’s sports broadcasting service, and Jenna’s sports equipment exchange, and how they serve SCH families, below.



Looking for a Babysitter?

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Cameron Harrop launched Care Club, a team of experienced student babysitters trained to provide the best possible care for children in the SCH community!

- Visit and make an account on the Care Club membership page. The $5 membership fee supports sitter training.

- Post a job. Let them know when you need a sitter and the opportunity will be sent to their team of sitters who will accept the job on a first-come, first-serve basis.

- You’ll be connected to your sitter and can communicate any other details and coordinate payment with them directly.

Contact them today and let them help you find the best babysitter for your family!

All-Star Viewing for SCH Sports!

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Brendan Flatow will broadcast SCH varsity sports with his new venture, GameTime Sports! For the first time in SCH history, games will have live commentary, scores, highlights, and half-time shows, all engineered and produced by SCH Academy students.

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- Games that they broadcast can be viewed for free on Hudl.TV or on Youtube for hockey and squash. Fans can also check out their YouTube channel @gametime.sports for player and coach interviews and game highlights.

- GameTime Sports is offering sponsorship packages for their broadcasts. All proceeds benefit the SCH Athletics program. Interested companies can contact Brendan.

- Students who are interested in broadcasting should email Brendan to learn how they can get involved.

Tune in to watch your Blue Devils!

Give Sports Equipment a New Life!

Jenna Seidman ’25 has launched Chestnut Hill Sports Exchange to help make athletics accessible to all! 

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SCH families are welcome to help realize this goal by donating gently used spring sports items. Donated equipment will be resold in early March, with proceeds benefiting Philly-based non-profit partner, Leveling the Playing Field. 

Families can donate equipment during SCH’s MLK Jr. Morning of Service on January 15, or collection bins will be placed in each divisional lobby from January 16-February 22 for those who cannot make it on January 15. Clean out your garage and give your retired sports equipment a new life!

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