Co-Editor of Promly Garden Julia Szynal interviews long-time friend and entrepreneur Katia Carnevale, who during quarantine, created her own clothing brand, KC with love.
Promly founder Jen Libby interviews some of the members of our renowned Gen Z intern Crew to give our listeners an exclusive look into the minds and lives of the people who make Promly a reality.
I can’t pinpoint exactly when this mindset began, but for the majority of my high school career I hated the idea of going to college. Not just taking harder classes, but living in a dorm, leaving all of my hometown friends, and the mindless partying I associated it with. This might sound all too familiarContinue reading “Is This the Quintessential Gap Year?”
Here’s some great news: After many COVID delays from IRS processing, we are so excited to announce that Promly Support, Inc. just received 501c3 tax-exempt status! We are now able to receive tax-deductible donations just in time for Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2020! Please consider helping us get ten steps ahead of teen suicide byContinue reading “Make a Difference”
Promly’s Founder Jen Libby interviews Avi Schiffmann, a 17-year-old high school student and entrepreneur, who created the most utilized COVID tracking website in the entire world.
A violinist, a song writer, a singer. Talented. An advocate. A recent High School graduate, a current student at Berklee School of Music. “High School was not the most amazing experience for me. I felt very different from most of the people there. I had a hard time with the pressures of trying to beContinue reading “Beautiful: An Interview with Emily Sclar”
So, what actually is Promly’s 20 by 20? At its core, 20 by 20 is all about creating connections for you. Sometimes it’s easy to forget how disconnected we are in this connected world, and at Promly, we believe the time for better connection is now. Connection is the basis of human happiness, and withContinue reading “Living the Dream- What is 20 by 20?”
In these troubling times, teens have not only been struggling with mental health, but also with general boredom. Quarantine has drastically decreased the amount of activities teens can partake in on a day to day basis. With shopping, playing sports, hanging out with friends, school and most other activities no longer an option, the wayContinue reading “How Gen Z Entrepreneurs Make The Most Out of Quarantine”