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    Training for Young Entrepreneurs

    Training for Young Entrepreneurs

    Details

    • Listing Type: After-School Enrichment
    • Entering Grade: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
    • Program Delivery: Day, Online
    • Session Start: January
    • Session Length: Quarter
    • Category: Business/Entrepreneurship
    • Sub-Categories: Business, Economics, Finance, Communications, Reading, Social Justice, Writing, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Mentoring, Youth Outreach, Work Experience, Career Exploration, Computer Skills
    • Minimum Cost: < $500
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    Overview

    Young business owners (ages 12-19): Are you ready to grow your business & take it to the next level?

    - One-on-one coaching sessions monthly

    - Weekly group coaching sessions

    - Network with other teen entrepreneurs

    - Pitch to investors

    - Grow your business and make a profit!

    - Join a community of entrepreneurs dedicated to innovation!

    - All classes will be virtual except for three once-a-month in-person meetings.

    Requirements to apply:

    Own a business (it does not need to be active)

    Reside in New York City, Westchester or Metro Atlanta, Georgia

    Possess a drive to succeed, innovate, create, and grit to join our competitive executive coaching program.

     

     

    About the instructor: Shanequa Moore is the CEO & Founder of I'RAISE Girls & Boys International Ms. Moore is a thought-provoking, leader, visionary, and advocate with a devotion to public policy. Ms. Moore is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the I’RAISE Girls & Boys International, a non-profit agency that has transformed the lives of more than 10,000 of New York City’s most vulnerable youth for 10 years. Ms. Moore continues to serve as a change agent in the political space in New York State and as a student with the Harvard University Kennedy School Executive Education Implementing Public Policy Program, where she is working in an international community of practice to address the youth mental health crisis in New York City public schools.

     

    What is I'RAISE? I’RAISE Girls & Boys International Corporation is a nonprofit providing youth services to low-income communities for 10 years. Our mission is to provide a holistic program aimed at improving socio-emotional well-being and educational outcomes of youth ages 4-21 years. We aim to also improve and develop under-resourced communities and schools that help youth become successful in life. Learn more at www.iraiseinc.org.