Young Entrepreneurs Get a Leg Up




The Business of Doing Good (BODOG) holds five-day summer programs at existing youth programs in Philadelphia, Boston and New York City to teach creative middle school kids that want to start their own business about social entrepreneurship.

BODOG provides the exposure, tools and a dynamic and engaging curriculum that will leave kids inspired to change the world, while every participant focuses on their own topic.

The kids learn how to create, present and launch their unique social entrepreneurial endeavor. Curriculum topics include ideation, communication, marketing and presentation skills. Participants get the chance to  meet and engage with local entrepreneurs sharing their stories.

Registration for Philadelphia events at TheBusinessOfDoingGood.org/registration-philadelphia. For more information, email Gianna@TheBusinessOfDoingGood.org.

 

 

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