Zepyor Parseghian Launches A Young Woman’s Entrepreneurs' Organization In The San Fernando Valley

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Zepyor Parseghian and her Young Woman’s Entrepreneurs' Organization are looking for volunteers to help start a San Fernando Valley chapter of her Entrepreneurship Club.

Zepyor Parseghian and her Young Woman’s Entrepreneurs' Organization are looking for volunteers to help start a San Fernando Valley chapter of her Entrepreneurship Club.

"These volunteers will work closely with staff from Parseghian’s award winning organization," explained John Keller, who serves as the Young Woman’s Entrepreneurs' Organization Program Assistant.

The program is for female youth from the ages of 10-18 as of January 1, 2015.

"Entrepreneurship is an exciting, interactive, and comprehensive curriculum project designed for youth," Keller said.

"YWEO uses a variety of tools to help participants develop their entrepreneurial skills and find their business niche. Through exciting activities, case studies and current technology, participants are transformed into budding entrepreneurs."

After completing all levels of the curriculum, youth will have the skills and tools to start their own business, as well as have a completed business and marketing plan -- the "road map" to the entrepreneur's success."

This provides an opportunity to reach young people while enabling them to explore opportunities they can create for themselves with the support of their community, Keller explained.

To learn more about the Young Woman’s Entrepreneurs' Organization and how to get involved contact them at (866) 860-3885.

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