Entrepreneurship Course for Teens

If you’re have a teen that’s a fan of Shark Tank (we are!) and who has a idea for an invention or innovation, here’s their chance to make a names for themselves…in Summit!

Over the course of 6 weeks, young entrepreneurs will work together to create a new business idea that they will present to Sharks (otherwise known as YMCA’s potential investors.) Mentorship will be provided by experienced business executives. First, second and third place winners will receive $50, $100 or $200 in a technology gift card! For ages 11-14. For more information visit YMCA for information or contact Julie Wagenblast at 908-273-3330 or

The group will meet Thursdays from 4:00 – 5:00pm from March 23 – May 4.

Summit YMCA, 67 Maple Street, Summit.

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