Young movers, shakers, creators and innovators can hone their business acumen this summer through camps designed for aspiring entrepreneurs:
Break into Business – One-week camps for kids ages 9-14 who want to start actual businesses. Entrepreneurs do everything from conducting market research and creating budgets to pitching their ideas and launching businesses. The students split any profits and donate 10% to charity. Cost: $445.
CEO of My Life – Georgia Tech’s incubator for youth in grades 3-12 provides entrepreneurial training experiences with team competitions, live business pitches (think “Shark Tank”) and an introduction to the Innovation Economy. Cost: $450.
For more great summer camp ideas, visit 365 Atlanta Family.
– Leah Steinberg, The 100 Companies