The last of five 2013 training sessions for the Small Business Entrepreneurship Program was held May 10 in Andrews, NC with the students pictured above. The program began in Andrews schools by, One Dozen Who Care, Inc. Six sessions were held in the fall of 2012 with students from Andews Elementary School, Andrews Middle School and Andrews High School.
This program, as well as all programs implemented by One Dozen Who Care, Inc., are funded by the generosity of kind and concerned donors and grantors. If you would like to contribute to our effort to empower our youth in becoming successful business owners, we would appreciate any donation amount you can contribute. If you know of an outstanding entrepreneur in your family or community, and you would like to donate in honor or memory of them, we will honor them by publishing their name on our website and the reason you chose to honor them with your donation. One Dozen Who Care, Inc. is a 501 (3) (c) organization, non-profit and all contributions are tax deductible.
One Dozen Who Care plans to take the SBEP program to the Texana Community of Cherokee County, (during summer of 2013) where we will strive to teach youth basic information they will need to know if they decide, after graduating high school, or at any point in the future, to start their own business and make that business successful.
Pictured above are some of those involved in the very energy-filled program in Andrews, NC. Left to right, front row; SBEP Program Coordinator, Alice Blanton, Rosabella Debty (Andrews Elementary School), Hannah White, Allie Griggs, Kelsi Moore, Belle Taylor, Rachel Hogsed, Carrissa Timpson, Daniel Williams. Back row, Courtney Heaton, Douglas Ball, Carleigh Davis, Morgan McKinnney, Blake Morris, Bristol Brockwell, Michael Mann, Michele West, Sierra Cutshaw, (10th grade Civics/Economics Class), and AHS Principal Virginia Haynes.
Students who have participated but are not pictured are Kristina El Khouri, Cabrina Scionti, Drew Pyle, and Kylan Thompson, (Andrews Middle School), Maria Chapman and Jacob Moore, (Andrews High School)