Teen Entrepreneurs Club

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The Teen Entrepreneurs Club at the King Library aims to engage, expose, and inspire middle and high school students to pursue entrepreneurship.

Each Saturday from April 20 to May 25, students will learn how to pitch and market a product, write a business plan, and build effective teamwork and leadership skills - ultimately converting their business ideas into reality.

Students will begin in SJPL Works on the third floor and for the second hour, students will be in the Mezzanine on the first floor at TeenHQ's Makerspace.

The first meeting is on April 20 at 3:00 p.m.at SJPL Works on the third floor of the King Library.

Free. No registration required, but recommended.

Parking validation for 4th St. garage will be provided at the program.

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Audience: Teens
Keywords: Small Business , TeenHQ, SJPL Works
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
Room & Floor: SJPL Works, 3rd Floor & TeenHQ, Mezzanine

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