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Youth Entrepreneurial Support Solutions Success Program

COMING SOON

Mission & Vision

The Lily Kay Youth Entrepreneurship Workshop was developed to inspire and empower young people to become successful entrepreneurs.

It is our belief that by providing young people with the skills and knowledge they need to become successful entrepreneurs, we can support in helping to create a better future for themselves, their community, and world turning visions, hopes & dreams into their reality.

Values &

Target Audience 

Entrepreneur Education, Youth, Innovation, Community, Stewardship

Ages 10-18 (4th-12th)

What is it?

What will it include?

Our organization provides a 6-week summer workshop designed to equip young people with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed as entrepreneurs. The program involves two sessions per week and includes the provision of a workbook, available both online and in-person, to ensure that all attendees can follow along. During the program participants will engage in the study of 12 lessons in the workbook, and throughout those weeks, there will be guest speakers and preparation for a pitch competition.

As part of our commitment to fostering an entrepreneur spirit, we will be visiting schools to discuss entrepreneurship and Inspire young people to pursue their goals.

Why?

Aniyah Johnson's impressive entrepreneurial journey began at the age of 12 when she founded Lily Kay's L.L.C., which started off as a skincare line. Despite her lack of knowledge of youth entrepreneurship, Aniyah's determination and family support helped her successfully launch her business. After years of struggling to secure funding and expand her business, Aniyah recognized the need for resources to assist aspiring young entrepreneurs in her community. Hence, she established a Youth Entrepreneurship Workshop to support and guide kids who are interested in entrepreneurship. Aniyah's initiative and commitment to helping others are truly commendable, and her workshop has the potential to benefit many youth in her community.

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