Meet a Mentor: Jandel Allen-Davis, M.D., President and CEO, Craig Hospital

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Every year, the Spotlight on YouthBiz Stars business competition pairs three Denver-area business leaders with three up-and-coming youth entrepreneurs.  The first mentor we are highlighting for the 2021 competition is Jandel Allen-Davis, President and CEO of Craig Hospital - a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital that exclusively specializes in the neuro-rehabilitation and research of patients with spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. Dr. ...
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Sponsor Spotlight: Comcast Invests in Advancing Digital Equity and Developing Digital Literacy Skills Through YouthBiz

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In its most recent Colorado Talent Pipeline Report, the Colorado Workforce Development Council (CWDC) offers a collection of strategies, investments, and policy recommendations in response to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Chief among them are a call for reskilling and upskilling the workforce in order to facilitate an equitable economic recovery.  To meet emerging shifts in employer demand, the CDWC specifically …

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Sponsor Spotlight: Amica Champions Youth Entrepreneurship

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Established in 1992, YouthBiz is a leading provider of youth entrepreneurship programs in Colorado. YouthBiz programs are dedicated to helping young people, particularly those who face academic, social and economic barriers, experience business creation opportunities. Through hands-on programs and real-life experiences, young people participate in all levels of entrepreneurship, from learning the basics of developing a business idea to marketing ...
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2021 Summer Camp Policies

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Young Americans Center for Financial Education 2021 Summer Camp Policies   Thank you for choosing Young Americans Center for Financial Education for your child this summer. We are excited to offer camps and understand there are many questions you may have prior to sending your child. Below you fill find several frequently asked questions as well as other precautionary measures ...
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Concept of the Month: Wanna Be a Millionaire?

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The best way to accumulate wealth is to start NOW! Save your money, get a summer job, invent something the world can't live without, or start your own business. Here are some savvy summer job ideas to get you started: CLEANING SERVICES: Washing windows, washing and waxing cars and boats, cleaning pools, cleaning aquariums, cleaning garages, cleaning small shops and ...
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Sponsor Spotlight: BOK Financial Gives Students Tools for Financial Resilience

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Young Americans Center for Financial Education and its supporters believe high-quality, proven programs in financial education should be available to ALL youth, regardless of socioeconomic background. Unfortunately, several barriers, particularly cost, preclude schools serving low-income Colorado youth from enrolling in the Young AmeriTowne or International Towne program.. This is where Send-a-School comes in. Established in 2004, this initiative, which is …

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Sponsor Spotlight: Kroenke Sports Charities Help Youth Understand the Value of Fun

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Sports. The activity and entertainment so many of us are ready to start attending, especially our young ones, is sports. Going to an Avs hockey game, cheering on the Colorado Rapids or Mammouth, donning a Nuggets jersey that matches their parents’–these are all moments that stay with a child for life. These moments, however, cost money and require planning. Here …

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String Theory Clocks Ready for Sales at YouthBiz Spring Marketplace

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The YouthBiz Spring Marketplace opens tomorrow, Saturday, April 24, and both vendors and staff can’t wait for the shopping to begin!  We caught up  with one of our more successful vendors from the YouthBiz Holiday Marketplace, Chandler Nayman of String Theory Clocks, to learn more about his business, his experience with Marketplace, and his goals for sales. YouthBiz:  Hi Chandler, …

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Where are they now? Catching up with the 2020 Spotlight on YouthBiz Stars Winners

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The last year has been difficult, but despite the obstacles, many young business owners have demonstrated their true entrepreneurial prowess through adaptability, perseverance, and critical thinking.  The three winners from the 2020 Spotlight on YouthBiz Stars Business Competition are three such business owners who have emerged from the pandemic stronger than ever.  They all have shown increased business acumen, motivation, …