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“People pay my company, my team and I to tweet.”
The middle-schoolers gasped.
“People pay my company and I to Instagram.”
Nichols toured six middle schools in Philly to speak to students about his story — how a kid from single-parent household pursued his dream of building a career in the digital space.
In the short documentary A STEM Story: Nate Nichols, the entrepreneur discusses the results of the middle school tour with members of the Palette team and Curalate’s Brendan Lowry. It’s worth a view.-30-
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