EntrepreYOUership is engaging in a decolonized approach through investing in local leadership and co-designing programs with the communities we serve.
Our team members serve as local leaders who understand how to create culturally relevant programs and how to optimize operations.
Education shouldn’t look different whether you’re living in Beirut or Beverly Hills. That's why EntrepreYOUership was created. After experiencing firsthand the discrepancies in our education system,
Our Global Partners
Our work is supported through financial partnerships from Girl Scouts of the United States of America, America's Promise Alliance, Grip Tape, and the Charles Mott Foundation.
Our program partnerships include Babson College, The Boys and Girls Club, Girl Scouts of America, the Wharton School of Business, Superposition Chapters, school districts, and over 35 youth led organizations.