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Kiva Zip teenpreneur Challenge to high school students in Bronx NY

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  • 1. iva Zip,The Bronx& You
  • 2. service and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and lowexpectations through service and education. break the cycle of poverty,illiteracy and low expectations through service and education. break thecycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service andeducation. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectationsthrough service and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy andlow expectations through service and education. break the cycle ofpoverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education.break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations throughservice and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and lowexpectations through service and education. break the cycle of poverty,illiteracy and low expectations through service and education. break thecycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service andeducation. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectationsthrough service and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy andlow expectations through service and education. break the cycle ofpoverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education.break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations throughservice and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and lowexpectations through service and education. break the cycle of poverty,illiteracy and low expectations through service and education. break thecycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service andeducation. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectationsthrough service and education. break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and
  • 3. Poverty is not natural...it is man-made and it canbe overcome anderadicated by the actionsof human beings.
  • 4. EDUCATION,EDUCATION,EDUCATION+‘RAISINGEXPECTATIONS OFWHAT’S POSSIBLE’SPARKING OFF ASOCIALLY POSITIVEENTERPRISE ORMOVEMENTIndividualSurrounding Community
  • 5. EDUCATION,EDUCATION,EDUCATION+‘RAISINGEXPECTATIONS OFWHAT’S POSSIBLE’SPARKING OFF ASOCIALLY POSITIVEENTERPRISE ORMOVEMENTIndividualCommunities+
  • 6. Do you want to knowwhat it is?
  • 7. LOCAL YOUTHSTARTING YOUR FIRSTSOCIAL ENTERPRISE(s)....WITH $100-$250CAPITAL LENT TO YOUBY THE KIVA COMMUNITY
  • 8. “raisingexpectations” ofwhatYouth arecapable ofFund-raising forschoolsLearn what it’s like to beentrepreneurial -implement your idea,organize resources
  • 9. Can we really startsocial enterpriseswith $100-200?
  • 10. Maya’s Ideas is on track to bring inabout $55,000 in sales this year, 10percent of her profits to Atlanta-areacharities.Featured in Forbes this year.
  • 11. Ads that’ve appeared on Kidworth.com"I can program your remote control" for $10"Sponsor me to get an "A+" in Math," for $5Homemade cookies $5Custom song recording just for you $10An emerging wordsmith asks to write a letter or story for customers for thesame price. $10And then theres this clever $5 promotion: "Like your brand on Facebook."Read more: http://www.youngentrepreneur.com/blog/kidworth-hopes-to-turn-enterprising-youngsters-into-kidpreneurs/#ixzz2QG4CwKsl
  • 12. “you don’t have touse a lot of money tostart a new business,you just have to usethe passion and skillsyou already have”
  • 13. Chris provides amazinglysimple One page toolson how to do that on100startup.com
  • 14. 1.Are you in -Y/N?Just 5 steps
  • 15. 2.Think of a small socialenterprise you can start inexactly 1 week from today
  • 16. 3. Use Chris’ $100Startuptools to figure if you need any$$- and how much?
  • 17. 4. Christina willendorse you for a 0%interest microloanon Kiva Zip, so youcan also tell yourstories
  • 18. 5. Start your social ventures, learn,and go raise expectations of whatyouth are capable of!