Teen Business Camp Registration Now Open

4-Day Summer Camp Gears Up for Second Year as Teen Business Interest Spikes
SCARSDALE, N.Y. - April 22, 2015 - PRLog -- Why work for someone else’s business this summer when you can learn to start your own in just four days? Michael and Marc Guberti, co-founders of Teenager Entrepreneur, today announced that registration is now open for their Teenager Entrepreneur Boot Camp, a four-day intensive training course that teaches teens how to start a business, build confidence and boost high school and college applications.

Offered at the Fordham University Rose Hill campus three times throughout July (July 6-9, July 13-16 and July 27-30), the Teenager Entrepreneur Boot Camp promises to teach students how to identify their passions, package them into products, promote those products on social media and propel their future success and high school and college applications.

“Teenager Entrepreneur is excited and honored to introduce more powerful business and mindset strategies during this second year of the Boot Camp, all in the name of elevating others,”said Michael Guberti, Teenager Entrepreneur Co-Founder.

Michael (18) and Marc (17) Guberti, both Scarsdale residents, launched Teenager Entrepreneur over four years ago and have inspired and instructed more than three-thousand individuals through online and in-person training sessions. Earlier this month, the Gubertis were featured speakers at  the county’s annual Youth Summit, sponsored by County Executive Robert P. Astorino and the Business Council of Westchester.

Here is what some graduates had to say about  last year’s Teenager Entrepreneur Boot Camp:

"I learned more in four days about entrepreneurship than I did in two years at school.”- Matt, age 16.

"The experience I received at this Boot Camp was absolutely incredible. Knowing that I can do what I love while still making a profit makes me feel like I can do anything.”-Taussia, age 11.

"My biggest takeaway would be that you can be successful. Even at a young age, even before college, you can be successful.”- Tania, age 15.

Here is why Teenager Entrepreneur is necessary for today’s teens:

"Six in every 10 teens want to be an entrepreneur.”(Entrepreneur Magazine)

“Over 80 percent of drop-outs said they would have stayed in school if the subjects were more relevant to real life.” (Eight9ten.com)

“Less than 25 percent of high school students are offered a business or entrepreneurial course by the time they graduate.”(Gallup)

Teenager Entrepreneur elevates the lives of others by teaching them to package their passions into profits. Students, Boot Camp graduates and company clients are equipped with the mindset and methods to positively stand out. Read more about the founders and other services at http://teenagerentrepreneur.com/.

To register for the 2015 Teenager Entrepreneur Boot Camp, visit  http://teenagerentrepreneur.com/registertoday/ or call 914 722 6005.

Michael Guberti
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