About Ed2S.org

The goal for Education2Success.org LLC (Ed2S.org for short) is to "help make a bit of the world just a bit better" through applied innovation programs, services, and resources.

Ed2S.org is a "collaboratory" ... a collaboration laboratory.  We tailor our creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship resources, events, programs, and services to support individuals and organizations making something(s) new and better for their part of the world.

The core Ed2s.org program is the Innovate-A-thon workshop where participants collaborate to identify pertinent issues, ideate concepts, improve selected concepts to make them better, and implement the best concepts to address the issues. 

June 2024: Medical Aide Outreach Innovate-A-thon

During June 2024, the Medical Aide Outreach Innovate-A-thon is tacking significant problems by developing new concepts for developing and distributing prosthetic devices in developing countries.  Participating students and educational organizations include the University of Arizona, Boise State University, and Northern Arizona University

This Innovate-A-thon workshop is produced and hosted by Education2Success.org LLC.


The core Ed2s.org program is the Innovate-A-thon workshop.

An Innovate-A-thon is a set of four complementary stages for creating something new and better: 1] Identify relevant issues; 2] Ideate potential concepts; 3] Improve and iterate the better propositions; 4] Implement a chosen approach. Market research validates the concept is new and better than what already exists: an Innovation!

There are a variety of possible formats for an Innovate-A-thon.  One model is allocating 10-15 hours in two sessions spaced a week apart with 12 participants in 4 teams. A certified Innovate-A-thon mentor keeps the team focused, productive, and the process on-track. A panel of reviewer evaluates proposals from each team.

An Innovate-A-thon program can be custom-structured to fit the needs of a particular organization or sponsor, as well as at a variety of instructional and participation levels.

Innovate-A-thon creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship principles have been consistently proven to be productive in a variety of companies, business development groups, nonprofit associations, colleges and universities (the University of Arizona, Boise State University, Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y TecnologĂ­a, Arizona State University, University of Oregon, University of Washington, and others).

 An Innovate-A-thon can be in-person or on-line.