National Entrepreneurship Week Brings out the Best in Youth Entrepreneurship

Janet Redwine YouthBiz Leave a Comment

National Entrepreneurship week this year takes place from Saturday, February 16thto Saturday, February 23rd. As a way to celebrate entrepreneurship and our youth entrepreneurs, we have put them up to a couple of tasks each day on our Facebook and Twitter pages along with some entrepreneurial tips. Wednesday’s task was for our youth entrepreneurs to send us their business profile …

Tales from Towne: Investing Ideas for Kids

Mary Tallerday-Smith Get Involved, Young AmeriTowne 1 Comment

If you ask a kiddo what investing means, they’ll probably give you a blank stare.  In fact, many adults will do the same!  However, knowing what investing is and how it works can help your children successfully navigate the financial world as adults.  Here are some ideas to help! Young children can start by learning what it means to work …

Lights, Camera, YouthBiz Entrepreneurs in Action!

Stacy Winner Classes + Camps, YouthBiz Leave a Comment

On Saturday, ambitious current and future business owners gathered to learn about interview skills and how to be confident speaking on camera. Since YouthBiz partners with Colorado & Company every month to feature a young business owner, it is important to sound knowledgeable and professional when talking about yourself or your business. We were lucky enough to have the workshop …

Girl Scout Class: Juniors (ages 9-11) Savvy Shopper Badge

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Participants who attend this class will be guided through the steps necessary to earn their Savvy Shopper badge.  Girls will identify the difference between “needs” and “wants,” and will discuss advertising techniques and how ads affect consumer decisions. Participants will also make a time capsule about what they think they will purchase as adults, which they can open in 10 …

Girl Scout Class: Brownies (ages 7-9) Philanthropist Badge

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Participants who attend this class will be guided through the steps necessary to earn their Philanthropist badge.  Girls will discuss the differences between needs vs. wants and will learn why it is important to share with others.  They will define the term “philanthropist” and will come up with ways that they can share their time, talent and treasure with others.

Coming Soon: Let’s Lotion!

Maite Wantwadi YouthBiz Leave a Comment

Calling all entrepreneurs, ages 6-12… Do you want to learn how to make body products?  Next Tuesday, November 7 from 5:30-7:00pm, Young Americans Center for Financial Education is hosting a YouthBiz Workshop just for you!  Let’s Lotion will teach you the basics of making scented lotion, including the importance of packaging and marketing.  You’ll even have a chance to take …

Crazy Numbers of Classes

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April is Financial Literacy Month and that means that we have LOTS of classes we’re hosting for all different age groups.  Saturdays are full of one-hour classes that focus on different financial lessons for bank customers of all ages.  Here’s the complete schedule for April: April 4: Savings Game (ages 9-12) April 11: Coin Carnival (ages 3-5) April 11: Smart …