Saturday, June 6, 2009

Have a great business idea? Get paid!

The FABA – Youth Empowerment Series, Inc (YES!), in partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Boys & Girls Club of Miami, and the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is hosting the BOSS for at-risk Miami youth (ages 12 to 17).

BOSS has a strategic goal of demonstrating to at-risk youth how to be their own BOSS in a multi-billion dollar sports & entertainment industry and how to become future sports & entertainment business owners and executives.

BOSS is presenting a business plan competition open to South Florida youth ages 12-17 interested in entrepreneurship and careers within the sports and entertainment industries. The competition is primarily open to students living in Miami-Dade County and children of Howard University & FAMU alumni living in the state. However, students throughout the entire State of Florida.

Students will compete for scholarships of up to $2,500.

For more info, visit http://fabainc. org/content. aspx?page_ id=22&club_ id=719311& module_id= 53624

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