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Northeast Kansas Entrepreneurship Academy planned

High school age youth in Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Jefferson, Marshall, Nemaha, Osage and rural Shawnee Counties with an interest in owning their own business one day are invited to attend the Northeast Kansas Entrepreneurship Academy summer camp. The camp will be held June 16 to 19, on the Highland Community College Campus in Highland, Kan.

Students who participate will be expected to:

Develop a more entrepreneurial mind set;

Learn how to put together a business plan and the importance of doing so;

Become familiar with resources available to help start a business;

Build a network of like- minded peers;

Interact with successful entrepreneurs;

Improve their leadership skills and ability to work in a team;

See starting a business as a viable career option and

Have fun.

Registration is now being taken for interested students. More information is also be available at www.efbizcamp.com or you can email David Key at dkey@ksu.edu or Teresa McAnerney at 785-364-0583 or tm@nekef.org with “NEK Academy” in the subject line.

More information about the K-State Research and Extension Service is available by contacting one of the Meadowlark Extension District Offices: 785-863-2212, Oskaloosa; 785-364-4125, Holton; 785-336-2184, Seneca or visit www.meadowlark.ksu.edu.

Date: 5/12/2014



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