Youth Social Entrepreneurship

Adults depend on children and youth every day. Whether its giving them a role as parents, teachers or youth workers, or having someone to instruct, invest and empower, adults get their meaning and purpose from young people. However, there are times when that has to be made obvious. Youth social entrepreneurship shows us some of those times. When children and youth see serious social issues they can solve on their own or with adults as allies, they can take action, develop enterprises that meet those challenges, and work to sustain their actions.


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Special thanks to Jim Toole for his contributions to this page!

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