An entrepreneurship-focused education helps youth of color develop crucial life and work skills to get ahead. It’s one of the most critical things youth of color can do to pave a pathway for future success.
Entrepreneurs are not just business owners but are a catalyst for economic growth. By solving problems and providing value, they provide new and improved products, services and technologies thereby sparking innovation.
Chelsey, a 17-year old senior high school student, started a non-profit organization called the Communal Healing Place, where they will be providing mental health resources, information, and education to black women across the United States.