bjjhThe Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp

What if there was an opportunity to teach the youth in our society the fundamental concepts of growing and developing into amazing entrepreneurs? Or how about educating the next generation on what it really takes to run the companies and grow into the decision-makers and game-changers?

“More Than a Lemonade Stand: The Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp” offers you the exciting resources and tools to build a curriculum to plan and run an educationally oriented youth entrepreneurial camp and the flexibility to pull activities out to incorporate them into your existing program. More than ever, entrepreneurs run the world. They own the largest companies, have the greatest financial freedom, and are at the epicenter of our business world. And we often hear the stories that each of these extremely successful men and women started at a young age with sound business practices and salesmanship. Maybe it was a lemonade stand, a baseball card collection, or even a newspaper route. Regardless of the business, they were hustling and learning fundamental practices very early in life.

“More Than a Lemonade Stand” offers you the inside curriculum to build a camp geared towards offering youth something they haven’t quite seen before. Brainstorming, conceptualizing, and building a business from scratch is an opportunity rarely available for our young men and women. But through creating and planning these camp sessions, our children are offered an out-of-the-box camp experience that separates them from everyone else. Learning these tools and analytical thinking early in life can open amazing doors later on. Whether you want to create a whole camp experience or just incorporate entrepreneurial activities in your existing program; “More Than a Lemonade Stand” will take you on the ins and outs of how to build this exciting opportunity and welcome in the future of business leaders-one program at a time.

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Actionable steps from a pro who has actually done it!

Five Star Review on Amazon by  Spencer X Smith

Seth Godin famously said that any non-fiction book really only needs to be five pages long. What if the book is not just a book, though? What if it’s a book, how-to guide, and step-by-step success manual all rolled into one? “More Than A Lemonade Stand,” is all of these things, and it is written by a true expert to boot.

The subtitle of “The Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp” is exactly the right description for this excellent guide. As a former kid entrepreneur and current adult entrepreneur, I can assure you the real-life business concepts taught in this book will benefit both the kids themselves and the adults involved in the teaching.

Kudos to Julie for her excellent work. I’d give this book 6 stars if I could…get it now!

About the Author

Julie Wood is an experienced entrepreneur with a passion for teaching who loves using her knowledge to develop business skills in children. Julie has a B.S. in Elementary Education and an M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wisconsin Madison, as well as an Associate’s Degree in Accounting & Data Processing. At the age of 27 she began her own accounting consulting company, where she trained and consulted numerous businesses on how to improve their operations. She has spent the past decade working for the University of Wisconsin Madison Small Business Development Center, where she reinvented the youth entrepreneur camp. In addition to this, Julie also serves as a classroom volunteer for Junior Achievement, and is a member of University of Wisconsin Madison’s Pre-College council. In her free time, Julie enjoys musical theater, dance, traveling and her new endeavor of sprint triathlons. Today, she lives in Madison, WI with her husband Dave and their two sons.
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