Carrollwood Day School's Bryce Wagner has made his school and community proud by winning the Future of the Workforce Challenge at the World Series of Innovation. Competing against bright students from around the world, Bryce's Cubifold project stood out, earning him a well-deserved victory.
The Cubifold is a portable workspace that is designed to address the needs of people living in third-world countries or areas with limited access to transportation. It is a lightweight, durable, and compact workstation that supports satellite technology, allowing people to work remotely from any location. Bryce's innovative project has the potential to make a significant impact in bridging the gap between remote work and limited access to employment opportunities.
The World Series of Innovation is a global competition that challenges young entrepreneurs to come up with innovative solutions to real-world problems. Bryce's win is a testament to his creativity, ingenuity, and determination. His accomplishment is a shining example of how young people can use their skills and talents to make a difference in the world.
Bryce's Cubifold aligns with CDS' and the IB Curriculum's goals of utilizing one's talents and knowledge to solve the world's problems. His success is a reminder that anyone, regardless of their age, can make a positive impact on the world. Bryce's achievement is a source of inspiration for all students and aspiring entrepreneurs who seek to make a difference in their communities and beyond.