1 Legacy Associates Foundation s Let s s Start a Business Youth Entrepreneur Program
2 Who is LAF? Mission To provide services that exemplify and retain scholastic achievement, community involvement, and economic empowerment; primarily for the benefit of our youth. We seek not merely to inspire and inform, but to enable and empower. 3 Main Programs Scholarship Program (essay contest) & Tracking Program Let s Start a Business Youth Entrepreneur program Internship Opportunities / Co-ops
3 Legacy Associates Foundation s Let s s Start a Business Youth Entrepreneur Program
5 Leadership & Counsel
6 Leadership & Counsel
7 Program Objectives Improve Academic Achievement Reading, writing, and mathematics. Build & Support Positive Adult Relationships Student Teacher Parent - Teacher Student Parent Career Exploration and Planning Active Learning, Out of the Classroom Positive Engagement, Self-Esteem, Skill Development
8 Program Components / Delivery Let s Start a Business workbook Day-to-day lessons support and reinforce in-class teachings. Exercises that practice mathematic calculations, reading comprehension, and problem solving/critical thinking. Christmas Sells Oppotunity $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 Sells $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00 $- Ornaments Candy Canes X-Mas Coloring Book Santa Claus Pencils Snacks Juice Products
9 Program Components / Delivery Let s Start a Business website Complete lessons in the workbook or on the website. High school students can complete competitive business writing assignments for DECA and Business Professionals of America. Business plans Business proposals Business start-up plans and more.
10 Program Components / Delivery Let s Start a Business website
11 Program Components / Delivery Entrepreneur & Business Panel Discussion A panel of entrepreneurs and business men/women for your school s students or community youth group.
12 Program Components / Delivery Youth Business Sells Opportunity Aligning the sells opportunities with in-school high-traffic events i.e. Christmas program, parent/teacher meetings, Fun Day. Out-of-school opportunities include IDBE s monthly entrepreneur conferences. Students conduct a fundraiser & also have the opportunity to make money as a group or individual w/ Metro PCS sells.
13 Program Components / Delivery Weekend Retreat at the St. Regis Hotel An overnight lock-in for students to engage and participate in business activities and exercises. Professional development, life skills, and business and dining etiquette workshops. Dining at La Musique and The Woodward Restaurant for a social dinner and business luncheon. Visit various businesses i.e. bank, coffee shop, barber & beauty salon, law firm, restaurant, hotel, cell phone store and/or architectural firm.
14 Program Components / Delivery Youth Entrepreneur Boot Camp A partnership with the International Detroit Black Expo. Memorial day weekend conference for students.
15 Program Components / Delivery Cash Flow for Kids board game & computer game. Learn financial management relevant to their lives. They have fun and learn at the same time keeps them engaged. Cash On Hand device teaches children basic denominational change skills.
16 Youth Programs Elementary (4 th & 5 th ) Financial Management Entrepreneurship 101 Basic business lessons Entrepreneurship 201 Hands on management, marketing, and sells experience. Middle School Financial Management Entrepreneurship 101 Basic business lessons Entrepreneurship 201 Hands on management, marketing, and sells experience. High School Business Writing Assignment Consultation & Development for DECA and Business Professionals of America Business Plan Development & Competition Entrepreneurship 201 Hands on management, marketing, and sells experience.
17 Assessment & Evaluation Core Competency LSaB Program Objectives Assessment & Evaluation Activities Outcome Academic Achievement 1. Each student will exhibit satisfactory reading skills through completion of assignments. 2. Each student will exhibit writing skills by completing Let s Start a Business workbook. 3. Each student will exhibit basic arithmetic and mathematical computations by completing Let s Start a Business workbook. Pre/Post Entrepreneur Assessment Test Let s Start a Business workbook Grades Business Plan Building Positive Adult Relationships 1. Enable suitable environments and events that nurture the following relationships: Parent/Teacher Student/Teacher Student/Parent Parent/Teacher Conference Participation Student Participation/presentation during Parent/Teacher conferences. Students host events for parents and teachers to attend. Student Personal Network Satisfaction Survey Completions
18 Assessment & Evaluation Career Exploration and Planning 1.Implement exploratory opportunities in order to inform and educate students about entrepreneurial career paths. Students will complete evaluations based on career interests and planning resources. Based on evaluations, LAF will provide entrepreneurial career panels and forums for youth. Student Personal Network Out of Classroom Active Learning 1.Assist student-led events and activities to apply learned entrepreneurial skills. 2.Enable student exposure and awareness of various business concepts and environments. Students will apply skills through purchasing, selling, and marketing strategies. Students will exercise and practice entrepreneurial methods during interactive Cash Flow Lesson. Business Plan Application Hands on Business Experience Professional Business Observations Positive Engagement & Self-Esteem Skill Development 1.Encourage students to build and sustain positive peer relationships in safe and adult-supervised environments. 2.Nurture and enable students to build self-esteem by learning new things. Students will interact and build positive peer relationships via interactive Cash Flow Lesson. Students will complete a survey focused on engagement and understanding new concepts. Student Satisfaction Survey completions.
19 Partners Community Partners Detroit Youth Foundation s Youthville facility Detroit Public Schools City Year Detroit United Way of Southeastern Michigan VolunteerMatch.org Business Partners Digital Advantage Beans & Bytes cyber café St. Regis Hotel The Java Xchange City Suites, Inc. Jefferson East Business Association Comerica Bank State Farm Fifth-Third Bank Captain D s Seafood Restaurant Papa John s Pizza
20 Thank you, and we look forward to working with you and your students.
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