Global Business Development Center presents two unique summer program solutions to build successful futures. From June 10 to August 16, children ages 9-14 can participate in the Kid-Preneur program, taking place at the Boynton Beach Women’s Club. In addition, budding entrepreneurs ages 16-21 will have the opportunity to thrive in the Cultural Youth Entrepreneurship and On-the-Job Training Program running June 17 to August 15 at locations in Delray Beach and West Palm Beach.
The Kid-Preneur Summer Camp, hosted by Ashley Place Development Community Center along with The Global Business Development Center, provides kids with entrepreneurial opportunities. They will be able to create their own cities, act out careers, and become familiar with the city through guest speakers and field trips.
“At Kid-Preneur Camp, we believe in the benefits of encouraging experiential learning that engages the whole child. Our campers learn by exploring, experiencing and addressing real-life situations. They learn to think, explore, and act. We include money games designed to teach financial lessons, guest speakers and field trips that show them a real city at work,” said Annette Gray, owner of Global Business Development Center, the nonprofit incubator for Ashley Place Community Development.
“We wanted to provide a wholesome, fun and creative summer camp alternative. The camp has an accessible location, excellent catered lunches and snacks, an award winning program that truly helps create community and civic minded youth. We are so pleased to provide parents and children alike with a great summer,” said Rose Wong, Executive Director of Ashley Place Community Development Center.
Meanwhile, for the third year forty up-and-coming entrepreneurs ages 17-21 will have the opportunity to thrive in the Cultural Youth Entrepreneurship and On-the-Job Training Program at no cost. They will learn how to start their own businesses, and at the same time receive real-world work experience and wages at local cultural institutions and businesses.
The Cultural Youth Entrepreneurship and On-the-Job Training Program are possible through grant funding from, Love for One Another Foundation administered by Cousins Law Firm.
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About Global Business Development Center i:
Rainbow Marketing Inc. DBA. Global Business Development Center is a one stop shop boutique firm specializing in services for public, private, and nonprofit organizations, small businesses and entrepreneurs looking to establish grow or improve their profit margin. The organization is primarily dedicated to helping clients to explore: new markets start up and expansion opportunities by providing training, support services, funding and business development resources. We provide products for business owners at every stage of business development, from idea feasibility through start-up, growth, and expansion. The office is located in a highly visible and desirable location in Delray Beach Fl. We use state of the art technology, webinars, video and phone conferencing to meet the needs of our clients globally.
About Cousins Law Firm.
Founded 1994, Cousins Law Firm provides legal services in four main areas: Entertainment Law, Business and Personal Legal services, Lemon Law, and Personal Injury. The legal team is a cohesive blend of attorneys and legal assistants of diverse backgrounds, and cultures. This broad scope of experience gives the firm a well-rounded and fresh perspective on the needs of each client. The office clients across the nation, specifically: West Palm Beach and Tampa, Florida; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Hollywood, California. http://www.yourlemon.com/index.php
About Ashley Place Community Development.
Ashley Place Community Development Corp. was developed to design and implement charitable and education programs aimed at self-reliance and self-sufficiency for those in need by presenting a set of program, projects, services, seminars, and lectures for the socioeconomic development for the inter-generational Sector of urban areas. Their mission is to especially present services, programs, and projects for the disabled youth, veterans and aged citizens. Programs include but are not limited to assisted living facilities, nursing home facilities for people living with HIV/AIDS, feeding and clothing programs, transitional housing for battered and abused women, the temporary sheltering of the homeless and entrepreneurship. http://www.ashleyplacecommunitydev.org