1. Programs for Entrepreneurial Kids

    Programs for Entrepreneurial Kids

    Have you read this interesting article from L.A. Parent. It's called Creative Entrepreneurship Programs for Kids.

    In it, Brenda Rees shares with us some unique entrepreneurship programs for kids. Here's what she has to say about them:

    Lest you think programs, camps and experiences for “artrepreneurs” are just all fun and games, note that many successful innovators got their starts from ideas they had been kicking around since they were young. And some of today’s popular products were created by entrepreneur teens, preteens and even younger kids.

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    1. The next Oprah Winfrey or Elon Musk is out there – and they could be displaying at one of our fairs.
    2. My one girl got really discouraged with a product-line design she was working on, and time was running out before the fair.
    3. She had to hire help to get the product done in time, and so, next fair, she planned differently.
    4. Every time I have gone it's been different.
    5. This allows the girls to run their e-commerce business.
    6. Most of the kids who come to our classes and camps don't know how to sew.
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