The KWH Law Center for Social Justice and Change, in collaboration with the Young Leaders of America Initiative through the State Department and New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center Innoventure, is sponsoring a Young Leaders Entrepreneurship Scholarship and Training Program. The purpose of the project is to stimulate economic growth utilizing the innovative ideas of young leaders ages 12- 24 in two countries: the United States and St. Martin, Dutch Caribbean.
Through this scholarship and training program, selected young entrepreneurs will learn about the importance of owning their own business and utilizing that business to help resolve social justice issues in their communities. In addition, our young leaders in both the United States and in St. Martin will engage with each other through virtual conversations about their business ideas, the business development process, and how to leverage and expand their business in communities that would benefit the most.
If you’re ready to join the next generation of world leaders, apply to the Young Leaders Entrepreneurship Scholarship and Training Program NOW!
Download the application below. (Please note, the application deadline has been extended to October 23.)