Youth entrepreneurship isn’t just about curbside lemonade stands or girl scout cookie sales – thousands of young people across the U.S. are unlocking their entrepreneurial potential with the help of several organizations whose sole purpose is to educate and motivate the next generation of American entrepreneurs. Here are three such organizations that help students and young people from K-12 and disadvantaged backgrounds prepare for a future as an entrepreneur or business leader.





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Written by iya.villa
3399 days ago

Banking on our children is a very wise step for a brighter future. It is a way of preparing them with good armors and tools. To make them excel and lead their future.



Written by marianepojerras
3430 days ago

We really have to train the youth with this business strategies and principles that can help them in their future. It is a very productive program.



Written by ShawnHessinger
3439 days ago

I'm hoping this link gets a lot of votes. There should be a lot more programs like this. Share the post with everyone you know. I don't necessarily think entrepreneurs must get training or a special education, but it's nice to see some thought about encouraging young people to get into entrepreneurship the same way they'd be encouraged to take some sort of job.



Written by ofirafromjobshuk
3441 days ago

Great info!

Ofira



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