More than 20 local businesses invest in teen skills program
Teen entrepreneurs will visit companies, devise business plans for credits
STERLING – The Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities program, which teaches entrepreneurial skills to teens, is coming to the Sauk Valley.
The class will be available to between 20 and 25 high school juniors and seniors at the Whiteside Area Career Center, which serves 18 area high schools in Whiteside, Lee, Ogle, Carroll and Bureau counties.
Students chosen to participate will spend a year visiting businesses and creating three business plans, for which they will get two high school credits. In the first year, they will tour about 20 businesses and learn about their operations. In later years, they will visit about 50 companies.
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