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19 Apr 2019

The Business Center hosting Open House for Youth & Money Summer Enrichment Entrepreneurship

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April 19, 2019 Category: Local Posted by:

The Business Center (TBC) has scheduled two open house sessions to support enrollment for their Youth & Money Summer Enrichment Entrepreneurship Programs on Wednesday, April 24, from 6pm to 8pm and Saturday, April 27, from 1pm to 3pm at Lovett Memorial Library, 6945 Germantown Avenue.

The open house(s) are free to attend and adults are encouraged to bring all youth aged seven to 17. 

TBC will be announcing its upcoming Investment Club in addition to signing participants up for our summer youth program. Representatives from State Farm will be present to help people open bank accounts.

The Investment Club will feature Youth & Money graduates Chris Moore and Akintunde Sogo, as president and treasurer respectively. Young adults will invest real money in the stock market with all of the rewards associated with it.

The Open House will be a fun event, come out and enjoy group games, exciting prizes and light refreshments. 

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To register for the event, please visit: bit.ly/TBCOPENHOUSE

The Business Center (TBC) is a 501(c)(3) that provides the education and business networking programs necessary to strengthen the business formation necessary to contribute to improving Northwest Philadelphia’s minority business ecosystem.

Our programs better position small businesses and startups to develop and vet their business concepts and further establish their reputations. We achieve our mission by two primary means.

By teaching the basic business “ins and outs” of accessing capital, marketing and competing, we help proprietors of any age gain confidence in knowing they can execute the fundamentals.

Since the value of networking cannot be overstated, member networking opportunities targeted at growing industry sectors are a vital component of the services we provide.

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