She Means Business An entrepreneur workshop for young women
Our week-long summer workshop She Means Businesswill empower a group of 14-18-year-old girls with entrepreneurship training.
The week of July 10-14, Alternatives’ Business CENTS (Community Enterprise Networking and Training Services) is collaborating with Girls Mean Business to create a unique educational experience for young women.
Sample curriculum Day 1 Defining your product Day 2 Legal structure and business model Day 3 Scaling and financing your business Day 4 Marketing your product Day 5 Pitch your product to an investor panel
We are seeking community support for this exciting opportunity.
What we need from you: Lunch: Would you be willing to prepare and donate lunch to the program participants on one of the dates below? Please respond using this link letting us know all of the dates on which you could be available, so that we can coordinate with our other donors. (Please respond by June 1.)
Your story: Sit down and have lunch with the participants. We want them to have the opportunity to hear your story and ask questions. Your path can help them see what is possible for them.
Day Date Time Number of lunches Expectation Monday July 10 Noon – 1pm 13-15 Eat and talk Tuesday July 11 Noon – 1pm 13-15 Eat and talk Wednesday July 12 Noon – 1pm 13-15 Eat and talk Thursday July 13 Noon – 1pm 13-15 Eat and talk Friday July 14 Noon 20-22 Full day, no time
Return on your investment. Thanks to your generous donation, you will receive: o A tax receipt o Mention in Alternatives’ 2017 donor list o Your business name and logo in all print and online materials about the program o Knowledge that you are empowering young, local women
Alternatives Federal Credit Union 125 N. Fulton St Ithaca, NY 14850