Entrepreneuring Youth believes that the real-life experience of creating and forming a small business helps at-risk young people emerge from the limitations of poverty, academic struggle, poor self-esteem and low expectations.
As one of the leading entrepreneurial centers in California, the Lyles Center assists both students and community members in pursuit of their entrepreneurial goals. Their unique student pathway connects public high school students enrolled in NFTE entrepreneurship courses to the local network of community colleges.
YEScarolina's mission is to teach entrepreneurship to young South Carolinians of all socio-economic backgrounds to enhance their economic productivity by improving their business, academic and life skills.
Youth Entrepreneurs Georgia(R) is sponsored by Georgia-Pacific LLC. The program seeks to teach at-risk high school students the fundamentals of free enterprise and essentials for entering the business world as an owner or as an employee who thinks like an owner.
Founded by the Charles G. Koch Foundation, the organization seeks to provide students with business and entrepreneurial education and experiences to help them prosper and become contributing members of society.
Youth Opportunities Unlimited's mission is to empower youth - disadvantaged youth born into poverty - to succeed in school, in the workplace, and in life. Y.O.U. helps youth escape poverty in the most direct way possible: through education and a career.