Empowering critical thinking through entrepreneurship.

Youngpreneur, empowers young people for success, students make plans and take action to think entrepreneurial. Our students see solutions where others see problems. We provide comprehensive business education services for students in grades K-12.

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A Tradition of Empowering Youth

Youth Entrepreneurship

Overview

Providing business education for children, and young adults.

Curriculum Materials and Resources
Professional Development
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Youngpreneur Teen Club

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Latest News: Newman School of Boston students founded Edyoucated, an online education review site.

Business Education for Children

Youngpreneur is a pioneer in the field of business for children and youth entrepreneurship. In our program students hone their observation skills, tap into their talents, and unlock their creativity to identify problems and solutions. Our award-winning and innovative program has inspired numerous budding entrepreneurs. Beyond teaching business, the goal of our program is to empower students to think entrepreneurial by identifying opportunities and challenging assumptions. As students progress through our program, students grow increasingly comfortable seeing problems through the lens of possibility.

The Youngpreneur integrated curriculum teaches more than a set of skills. It teaches a new way of looking at the world.

Take the first step towards your child’s success.

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Featured Schools
Every quarter we feature different schools in our program.

In this section we review different Youngpreneur programs and kids businesses including; the projects, products, and services they create. We explore the insights of students, the real-life experiences they gain, and the lessons they learn in the process.

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Newman School of Boston
Students develop a variety of products and services. One group is developing a one-of-a-kind education review site for parents that allows school to school direct comparison.

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Prospect Hill Academy (PHA)
At PHA, middle school students are hard at work brainstorming viable business ideas. These ideas include a flier delivery service, stylish clothing, and costume jewlery.

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Excelsior Learning Center (ELC)
At ELC, they offer a grade 6-12 program and summer business camp for teens. The ELC program focuses on financial literacy utilizing the Money Smart Program.

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