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Techstars interviewed Anna Leer in a blog published on their website. The piece includes Anna’s background and passion for entrepreneurship, as well as an example of the impact YouthBiz has had on minority and low-income youth. Read the full blog on the Techstars website.
Young Americans Bank hosts the YouthBiz Marketplace event annually to provide young people with real-life experience in entrepreneurship and business ownership. Read the full article and browse other local holiday events.
Westword included a short paragraph about YouthBiz Marketplace in a timely article about supporting local markets. Read the full article and browse other holiday market possibilities.
Reina Crowley, a 14-year-old YouthBiz Marketplace participant who lives in Centennial, is selling her freeze dried products at the 2020 YouthBiz Holiday Marketplace. Learn more about Reina, including her mission to stop food waste, in an article in The Villager.
October 5, Denver – Young Americans Center for Financial Education celebrated the accomplishments of Colorado youth business owners at the Spotlight on YouthBiz Stars award ceremony and gala, presented by CoBank. This annual event was held virtually Thursday, October 1. Beyond sales and customers, it’s clear these entrepreneurs have gained much through business ownership and will continue to excel, thanks in part to a year-long mentorship with a Denver …
DENVER (September 9, 2020)- When two teen entrepreneurs competed in Denver Startup Week’s Pitch Competition, few expected that they would take home the Grand Prize, an award worth $100,000. Their win surprised and delighted the crowd and has inspired a new group of young entrepreneurs. For a second year, Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain and Young Americans Center for Financial Education have …
A forerunner in providing entrepreneurship programming and resources for young people, Young Americans Center for Financial Education has named this year’s top youth businesses in Colorado. The announcement was made at a virtual Finalist Announcement Party on Thursday, July 9. Read the full article in The Denver Post’s Your Hub.
A forerunner in providing entrepreneurship programming and resources for young people, Young Americans Center for Financial Education has named this year’s top youth businesses in Colorado. The announcement was made at a virtual Finalist Announcement Party on Thursday, July 9. Read the full press release.