Laura Baverman: 35 Summer opportunities to fuel your kid's entrepreneurial spirit
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Our community is developing a real passion around building the pipeline of entrepreneurs in the Triangle, and the many summer and year-round camp and program offerings for kids of all ages are proof. If your kids are already curious about coding and science or you want to introduce them to these and other entrepreneurial skills, these programs might be a good fit.
For our third installment of this list, we’ve organized the programs by the age groups they target, with those open to a wider set of ages at the bottom. We used last year’s list along with our own research to find as many opportunities as we could, but if we miss one, please email email@example.com with the details.
Our final ask is that you share this list with fellow parents, as well as any kids interested in a creative, hands-on summer.
Read the full list of programs at:
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