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TeachingKidsBusiness.com Jobs for Kids Program - small business and entrepreneurial experiences.
TeachingKidsBusiness.com, announced that it has launched a Jobs-For-Kids Program
“Summer is a great time for kids to try different activities and business is a good choice to consider.” Jeff Brown, Founder of TeachingKidsbusiness.com created this unique job program for kids. “Kids are tech savvy, the jobs of the future will be in small businesses and more people will be self employed entrepreneurs; which are all considerations for our Jobs for Kids Program.”
The goal of the program is to hire 100,000 kids around the world. For each job filled it will translate into a new small business created by a kid. The businesses are based on selling e-books which in turn teach kids business. The impact of these jobs is kids starting businesses to learn about business while helping to introduce other kids to business.
This job program has online training and engages parents to play a supervisory role to ensure child safety and a successful experience. Parents, family and friends can all play a role to talk business with kids and help them succeed with valuable experience. There are also opportunities for Angel investors and local small businesses to get involved in the program to help kids in their communities.
“An innovative way to look at job creation is to start with a grassroots approach. If we gave every child a job to learn about responsibility, to develop skills, gain experience, understand business, earn money and build confidence; we would build a stronger foundation for future workers, entrepreneurs, small business operators and business leaders,” says Brown.
A lack of jobs is a concern everywhere and to all politicians, parents, workers and educators. The notion of kids having a job at an early age, to be employed, is a very empowering outcome which will develop confidence to help them succeed in their current daily lives and futures.
Brown stated that, "Job creation should always be a goal of any responsible business. As a social venture TeachingKidsBusiness.com has the opportunity to create jobs for kids and help prepare kids for business."
For more information on this program please visit the site at www.teachingkidsbusiness.com/jobs-for-kids.htm
TeachingKidsBusiness.com is a social venture which has provided online business education since 2000 with over 2 million visitors. The site is rich with content to engage parents, teachers and kids at an early age (8 and up) to develop confidence, experience, business skills and explore career preparation for kids.