Inspiring Confidence.
Igniting Creativity.

We teach the fundamentals of work ethic, grit, financial stewardship, and marketing/customer service through the pursuit of entrepreneurship.

Our 2020 programs were a huge success!

Our Summer Entrepreneurship Programs in Dallas and Waco, Texas ended on August 1st, with just under 900 students participating! Check out our highlight video below:

What We Do

Boss Club Foundation exists to inspire confidence and ignite creativity in students through practical entrepreneurial education. Entrepreneurship is a cross-curricular learning vehicle to build up responsible and equipped leaders.

Boss Club Foundation...

  • Inspires confidence and creativity
  • Teaches financial literacy and stewardship
  • Instills grit and adaptability
  • Nurtures people skills and public speaking

"All of our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them."

-Walt Disney

How We Do It

We host summer entrepreneurship programs that enable students ages 7-18 to start real businesses over the course of three weeks during the summer.

Each student is given a business kit and curriculum to start their own business. In-person events are held during the three-weeks to accelerate their product creation and marketing efforts. Due to COVID-19, 2020 programs substituted daily training videos for the in-person events.

Students learn the basics of product creation, marketing, customer service, and financial literacy. Most students end up with fifty to several hundred dollars (or more) of profit.

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2020 Programs

Building on the success of the 2019 pilot, the Summer Entrepreneurship Program expanded over 7x in 2020 to include Waco and Dallas, Texas with nearly 900 students participating. Boss Club Foundation plans to expand regionally across Texas in 2021 and beyond.

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Frequently Asked

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Will COVID affect the availability of 2021 programs?
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