Kid Entrepreneurs

Introduce your kid to a creative life of entrepreneurship

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Kid Business Mentoring

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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.

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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.

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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.

We have courses for the whole family !

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KID Business Competition

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Teen Business Competition

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Entrepreneur School Books for Kids

The Young Entrepreneur

Author: Christopher John Trujillo
Illustrator: Melissa Totheroh

A young girl named Rose starts a flower watering service on her street. She learns what it means to be an entrepreneur and the basics of business. To expand her service, Rose learns how to market by passing out flyers to her neighbors.

The book shows children it’s never too early to start a business and encourages them to think of ideas. It’s time to introduce your child to a creative life of entrepreneurship.

The Young Entrepreneur
The Young Investor

The Young Investor

Author: Christopher John Trujillo
Illustrator: Melissa Totheroh

A boy named James invests his birthday money in chickens so he can buy a new basketball hoop. He learns what it means to be an investor and how money can grow over time.

The book shows children it’s never too early to become an investor. It’s time to introduce your child to a rewarding life of investing.

Entrepreneur School Books for Adults

AFter the Business Plan

Author: Christopher John Trujillo

After the Business Plan is not a book to help you create the perfect business plan. Nor is it a book to help you test whether you have a solid business idea. It is a book to walk you through the major steps you take to launch your startup. All successful startups must master these steps. For example, how do you hire an employee? When do you classify a worker as an independent contractor instead of an employee? Which entity is the best for your business? Where do you apply for funding? With this book, not only will you find the answers to these questions, but you will also receive advice on common business practices and learn where to find necessary legal documents online.

If you have finished your business plan and are preparing for launch, or are just interested in learning more about business then After the Business Plan is the book for you.

All steps and resources in this book are current for the State of California in the year 2017.

So are you ready to start? Let’s go!

The Young Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur School Accessories

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Infant One-Piece

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Youth T-Shirt

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Hooded Long Sleeve T-Shirt

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