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Where Can I Get More Kidpreneur Support?

Young CEO Squad has tons of content on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. We also have articles here on our blog! But if you want even more, and we know you do, here are some programs that focus on teaching entrepreneurship to kids:

  • Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE): NFTE is a nonprofit organization that provides entrepreneurship education programs for students from low-income communities. They offer curriculum, teacher training, and experiential learning activities to inspire and equip young individuals with entrepreneurial skills.

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  • Lemonade Day: Lemonade Day is a national program that teaches children how to start, own, and operate their own lemonade stands. It provides children with entrepreneurship lessons and a step-by-step guide to running a business.

  • BizKids: BizKids is a TV show and educational resource that teaches kids about money management, business, and entrepreneurship. It offers engaging episodes, games, and activities to help children learn about the world of business.

  • The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!): YEA! is a program that teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own businesses. It provides hands-on experiential learning, mentorship, and access to resources for young entrepreneurs.

  • StartUp: StartUp is an organization that offers entrepreneurship programs for kids and teens. Their programs focus on teaching entrepreneurial skills, such as idea generation, product development, marketing, and financial management.

  • Junior Achievement: Junior Achievement is a global organization that offers entrepreneurship education programs for students of all ages. They provide resources, curriculum, and experiential learning opportunities to inspire and prepare young people for success in the business world.

These are just a few examples, and there may be other local or regional young entrepreneurship programs available in different areas. It's worth exploring resources in your area to find entrepreneurship programs tailored to kids. It's great to see programs that encourage young individuals to explore the world of entrepreneurship!

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