Agency Launches Nationwide Youth Entrepreneurship Program to Address High Black Youth Unemployment

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Product vendors include Crochet Kufi Hats, Dolls, Braclets by, Ujamaa Discount Cards offered by IBSA, Afrocentric greeting/kwanzaa cards offered by, Web packages offered by Kansas Small Business Promotions and a host of other products and services.

Topeka, KS (PRWEB) May 24, 2005 — The IBSA, Inc. is going to show African American teens how to be entrepreneurs, and put legitimately earned cash in their pockets.

Learning Business Principles
IBSA’s entrepreneurial program teaches kids between 12 and 15 years old the principles of commissioned, residual and leveraged income. Throughout the years, as many as 20 kids have been in the program at a time. Paid staffers and volunteers instruct the teens by having them sell raffle tickets for things like televisions and grocery shopping sprees, at festivals and fireworks events. The kids also sell quality greeting cards and calendars during the holiday season.

Source: PRWEB


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