Photo credit: The Business of Doing Good


Detailed Information

Kids are empowered to put their ideas into action through social entrepreneurship and discover what is meaningful to them. The five day program helps children find their passion. Through individualized programs, kids choose their own topics. Participants learn how to create, present, and launch their own unique social entrepreneurial endeavor. On the final day of each program, young entrepreneurs present their projects in front of an audience.

Check The Business of Doing Good website for upcoming session dates, locations and other enrollment information.


Ages
Middle School
Features
Day Camps
Activities
Educational Activities
Community Service
Leadership
Rates reflect the average cost per full day for comparison purposes only.




Contact Information
Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts




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