Clinton Twp., MI - Macomb County Michigan State Extension is launching its Explore Entrepreneurship 4-H Club, an interactive program that will build skills to last a lifetime.
The program, which is for young people aged 12 to 15, aims to educate and help aspiring entrepreneurs start their own businesses through fun, hands-on experiential activities. A variety of business-related topics will be covered including:
- Explore the entrepreneur in you
- Developing your product or service
- All about promotion and marketing
- What to charge your customers
- How do I finance my business
“When opportunity does not knock, learn how to build your own door,” said Kathy Jamieson, one of the Michigan State University Extension Educators teaching the program. “We are excited to have Alysa Diebolt, 4-H Volunteer, entrepreneur and owner of Brick Town Glass join us as she shares her experiences on how to turn your passions into profits.”
The program will run every Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. starting February 15 through March 22, 2023. The program will take place at the Recreational Authority of Roseville and Eastpointe (R.A.R.E.) located at 18185 Sycamore, Roseville, MI 48066.
Pre-registration is required on the R.A.R.E. website. Information can be found here: https://bit.ly/3XpqlZy and by selecting Youth and Teen enrichment programs. Once registered, youth will receive an email with the schedule and instructions to register as a 4-H member for free.
Please contact Katelyn Golembiewski at
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