Kid Entrepreneurs

Introduce your kid to a creative life of entrepreneurship

Students enrolled in Entrepreneur School

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Student Story

My Name is Kingston.

I am the President and Founder of TeeBags

TeeBags are shopping bags made from repurposed and recycled t-shirts. These bags are washable and reusable.

They are a perfect replacement for disposable plastic or paper shopping bags. They also make a great bag to go to the beach or to carry books or school supplies.

Our bags are made with t-shirts that would likely otherwise end up in landfills or be shipped as clothing waste to third-world countries. These shirts are near the end of their retail and resale life.

Most of our inventory is purchased from Goodwill Outlet Stores where you can buy t-shirts and other clothing by the pound.

Every Teebag gives a t-shirt a new life and new purpose. They are cool to start with and look even better as they wear.

Why should I enroll my kid in Entrepreneur School?

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Entrepreneur School teaches your child how to start their own business. From idea to launch, your child will learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship including: Who are entrepreneurs? How do you think of a business idea? How do you create value? How to sell to customers? Your child DOES NOT walk away with just information. They will be prepared to launch their first business.

Group business Idea

During our after school courses, children are encouraged to socialize through group activities and presentations. Improving your child’s social behavior at a young age will prepare them for business projects in the future. All children in Entrepreneur School are encouraged to work with fellow students outside of the classroom. Starting a business alone can be difficult. Working as a team can improve your child’s chances of success.

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We narrow down on a child’s passions to help create their business idea. Whether it’s a passion for sports, dancing, reading, camping, or video games, it’s important to show a child how all these activities can be connected to a business. Who makes the baseball and basketballs? Who binds the books? Who creates the video games? Entrepreneur School embraces all passions to nurture a diverse range of potential ideas. We welcome children who already have a business idea, however, it’s not required to enroll.

Why should I enroll my kid in Entrepreneur School?

Desk

Entrepreneur School teaches your child how to start their own business. From idea to launch, your child will learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship including: Who are entrepreneurs? How do you think of a business idea? How do you create value? How to sell to customers? Your child DOES NOT walk away with just information. They will be prepared to launch their first business.

Group business Idea

During our in-person courses, children are encouraged to socialize through group activities and presentations. Improving your child’s social behavior at a young age will prepare them for business projects in the future. All children in Entrepreneur School are encouraged to work with fellow students outside of the classroom. Starting a business alone can be difficult. Working as a team can improve your child’s chances of success.

Heart

We narrow down on a child’s passions to help create their business idea. Whether it’s a passion for sports, dancing, reading, camping, or video games, it’s important to show a child how all these activities can be connected to a business. Who makes the baseball and basketballs? Who binds the books? Who creates the video games? Entrepreneur School embraces all passions to nurture a diverse range of potential ideas. We welcome children who already have a business idea, however, it’s not required to enroll.

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KID Business Competition

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Teen Business Competition

Fall 2017

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