Program teaches all things business
Does your 11-14 year old always ask to come to work with you? Do they always run for class president? Are they constantly thinking of new, inventive ideas?
If so, Westerville YEP is the perfect summer camp for your child. YEP stands for young entrepreneur program. Beginning July 15th, Westerville YEP gives teens a chance to learn all things business. They will learn about marketing, budgeting, sales and leadership. At the end of the program they will demonstrate what they have learned in front of real business owners.
The camp runs from July 15-26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It takes place at Otterbein University Roush Hall, and costs $315 ($300 for residents). Learn more or sign up at westerville.org.