When Life Gives You Lemons…Teach children


Young Economics

One of the major programs that is integral to the George Washington University School of Business is Lemonade Day.  The program is designed to immerse first year business students (myself) in an environment with elementary school children where we literally teach them the proper tools necessary to make a lemonade stand.  The idea is that by learning about budgeting, accounting, profit and marketing, these fourth through eight graders will acquire the necessary tools to create and run a successful stand for the official Lemonade Day D.C.  This program, which was actually introduced to the metropolitan area by a current School of Business student, is exactly the type of development I was referring to in my Dare to Dream post where I stressed the importance of programs that foster out nation’s young entrepreneurial minds.  This past month, I was fortunate enough to try my hand at teaching these very principles.

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