Founded in 2006, Youth Entrepreneurs® Georgia (YEGeorgia) teaches students how to become entrepreneurs or to think like one. In a full-year course, students learn the fundamentals of how to start a business. As their capstone project students write and present a workable business plan. Throughout the year students receive ongoing support by our certified entrepreneurship teachers and one-on-one interactions from prominent business leaders.
The EpiCenter Endowment Fund is a Georgia nonprofit organized exclusively for the charitable purpose of providing access to capital, experience in entrepreneurship and developmental resources to students and newly formed entrepreneurs that are distressed, under-served or at-risk. The heartbeat of our existence is the YES Program. This program offers elementary, middle and high school students the experience of managing their own businesses. The resources from The EpiCenter Endowment Fund will be used for these potential entrepreneurs.
TYE is an opportunity for high school students to learn about entrepreneurship: ideation, customer discovery, pitching and launching a company. The organization’s goal is to empower students by educating them on what it takes to become the next generation of rock star entrepreneurs!
Provides entrepreneur camp, incubator space and classroom learning oportunites to youth grades fourth through eighth (ages 10-15)
SWAYBO, South West Atlanta Youth Business Organization, is open to young people, ages 8 to 18 or high school. We foster programs designed to provide disadvantaged youth with training and hands-on experience in various business fields.