As some of you may know, I have recently started working with Club Kidpreneur, a not-for-profit social enterprise teaching primary school aged kids (8-12 years) entrepreneurial skills and thinking. I just know you guys are going to love hearing more about this!
Club Kidpreneur has recognised the demand for entrepreneurs in this day and age, so it has created a one-of-a-kind, fun, informative and interactive entrepreneur program for kids, in the hope of empowering them and fostering entrepreneurial spirit.
Camp Kidpreneur will be held in 9 locations in 5 states over 2 weeks this January. You can find more details on venues and dates here.
Over four action-packed days the kids will be mentored by local entrepreneurs and will be responsible for hand-making their products, merchandising their ‘concession’ and using their sales and customer service skills to then sell what they have made at local markets.
Creel Price (that’s him in the photo above), Club Kidpreneur Founder and entrepreneur who turned his $5,000 start-up into a $100 million business, said: “There is something quite special about kids learning the highs and lows of business, how to handle customers, building their financial literacy skills around handling cash and setting prices to make profit. Every time the school holidays near I get more and more excited about our camps and what amazing ideas the kids will come up with!”
A range of successful real world entrepreneurs will be mentoring at the camps.
I feel really privileged to be a part of this program supporting young talent in the local community. I have already had the pleasure of working with some of the bright minds of tomorrow, and who knows, one might even become the next billionaire! (Geez, I hope they remember me if that happens!)
If you’d like to become more involved as a Volunteer or think your kids would love to sign up for a camp, just jump onto the website to register. You can also like their facebook page to keep in the loop.
This sounds like a wonderful idea. What age do they need to be? I think my almost ten year old would love this!
The camps are open to 8-12 year olds so would be perfect for your 10 year old. Yay! x