By Ann Mead Ash
“My job is fun,” said Nate Long, director of the academy of entrepreneurship at Lancaster County Christian School (LCCS). “I get to think of the creative things I wanted to do in high school and hopefully make them happen.”
Fourteen LCCS high school students will get hands-on experience in a variety of areas as they work to transform a small bus Long purchased from Homestead Village into a type of tiny house. According to Long, the bus, which is 17 feet long and more than 7 feet wide, will be more like an RV when completed, but it will be fully functional with a bathroom and a kitchen, if a little smaller than the average tiny house.