Youth Entrepreneur training to be offered at WKU Radcliff

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By The Staff

Western Kentucky University Radcliff campus will have free youth entrepreneur business start-up training for 25 high school and college students 9 a.m.-noon May 30 and an additional 25 students 1-4 p.m.

The purpose of these sessions is to provide practical guidance on starting student-run businesses. The sessions will explore low-risk, low-cost start-up ideas so students can leave the sessions, begin developing their business plans and start their business.

Additional follow-up sessions will be provided to participants online through WebEx sessions after school (WebEx connects presenters via a conference call and web access to presentations). Successful entrepreneurs will participate on these sessions and answer questions about their entrepreneurial experiences. Students will be encouraged to share their ideas and ask questions regarding their start-up businesses.

Email reservations to Bobby Clark at kystudentventures@gmail.com: Include student name, school, grade, address, phone and email. For more information call Bobby Clark at The Clark Group at 800-944-3995.