In a world where young people are constantly bombarded with unrealistic expectations, information overload, and knowledge of the world’s issues, it is a stressful time for teens and young adults to grow up. Furthermore, as their skin begins to change, they are met with a skincare industry that is often confusing, misinforming, and overwhelming. Upon realizing that this industry did not have a high quality, accessible, and affordable option for teens and young people, Bubble Skincare sought to change this by creating a brand that would focus not only on helping people take care of their skin, but also making sure that people are empowered to take care of their mental health.
Sungpah and Hoon Lee know first hand what it is like to engage in a professional environment without knowing all of the necessary language and jargon required to excel. As MBA students at Stanford University, they found that their initial success was limited by their non-native grasp of the English language. Inspired by their own struggles to bridge this linguistic gap, they sought to create a novel tutoring service targeted towards other international professionals who were going through similar challenges. Thus, in Stanford’s dorms, Ringle was born, with Sungpah teaching himself to code, and Hoon writing lesson packets.
As many as two million college applicants nationwide will spend the winter polishing that most important and feared component: college application essays. Due to Covid-19, essays are more important this year than ever. Many applicants haven't been able to sit for standardized tests like the SAT, which now places an even greater emphasis on grades and essays during this admissions cycle.
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