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WHY YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP MATTERS
25 Oct 2022
Growing up in rural Kansas, I had the opportunity to participate in many facets of high school life, including almost every club that my school had to offer. Although my favorite was Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), my involvement in all those clubs helped me to come out of my shell, gain experience public speaking and learn valuable interpersonal skills. Extracurricular activities in high school and college taught me the importance of common traits like confidence, communication and eye contact.
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