Giving Voice to the Young People of New York. 

 
 
 
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Supporting young entrepreneurship and innovation.

 
 
 
 
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Young Entrepreneurship

At Young Movement, we are dedicated to nurturing leaders that create sustainable enterprises and  for the modern economy. Our goal is to develop 250 green jobs in STE[A]M by 2020. 

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Socio-Economic Model

Our model utilizes empirical data and facts that show that STE[A]M Entrepreneurship Training + Wealth Management + Community Development & Leadership + = Successful 21st Century Workforce For Youth.

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R.A.P. - Research, Advocacy, Partnerships

Young Movement, Inc. provides provides youth development and community-based economic empowerment programing through direct services, research, and advocacy.

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Action-Taskforces For Change

The direct action of our work emanates from three taskforces: Micro-Venture Capital Fund, Legal Services Fund, and Community Wellness General Fund, that bring about long-term change and sustainability.

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Today’s youth.
Tomorrow’s leaders and innovators. Over 500 young New Yorkers served.

"I am motivated to build my wealth rather than spend it.”

“Definitely, a superb crash course” to build "my own business by the age of 30"

 
 
 
 
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special project

The Young Green Space Project.

The Green Space for Young Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Weeksville (Young Green Space) is the newest iteration of our flagship Financial Education, Employment and Leadership (FEEL) project that debut at Brooklyn College in 2011.

The Young Green Space is a permanent working and thinking space in the Weeksville section of Crown Heights, Brooklyn that will spur innovation and economic activity to sustain the local environment through a rigorous workforce development initiative.

The Young Green Space will create 250 enterprises and create over 1,000 sustainable jobs in the “Green Economy” by 2020.

 

 
 
 
 
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