Patricia is a Boss with Locs who started her own company providing teaching kids and teens how to become entrepreneurs. In today's episode, we sit down with Patricia to learn about her encounter with Jay Z, graduating from Harvard University, and how she was able to thrive in the workforce while having natural hair.Find links from today's episode on www.bosslocks.org and make sure you sign up for our private mailing list.Follow us on your favorite social media platform: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bosslocks/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bosslocks/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bosslocksTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/bosslocksThank you for listening and we’ll see you next time
MINI MEET A RESOURCE: Patricia Clahar of Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids
Lesson: Impossible - An Exploration of Educational Innovation
Your lesson, should you choose to accept it, is to consider a new resource: Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids, which provides guidance for students who want to turn their big ideas into businesses. The resource specialist assigned to help you with this task is Patricia Clahar, from Greenwich, Connecticut. In this episode Patricia and I discuss: Patricia’s path to starting Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids The benefits of students engaging in the process of starting a business, from practical skills, to SEL skills, to adding more dimensions to the teacher-student relationship One of her favorite recent projects: Books in Color* The various ways that students, teachers, and schools can work with Patricia How young entrepreneurs are more willing to take risks The various ways young people raise money to fund their businesses, including the Idea Tank for Kids competition How to get in contact with Patricia: her website, Instagram, Facebook *If you’re interested in getting involved in this book club, please contact Patricia If you want to find out more about what innovative educators are doing around the world, check out www.lessonimpossible.com. And if you like the podcast, please consider rating, reviewing and subscribing or forwarding it to a colleague. You can also follow Lesson: Impossible on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
"Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids" (Patricia Clahar)
Identity Talk 4 Educators LIVE
In this episode, entrepreneur educator Patricia Clahar will join us to discuss the benefits of entrepreneurship for young kids & teens and the need for more entrepreneurship programs in schools. If you're a parent or a young person who's thinking about starting your own business, you don't want to miss this discussion! To learn more about Patricia's work, you can visit her business website at teachentrepreneurshipforkids.com or connect with her on the following social media platforms: FACEBOOK - Patricia Clahar or Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids INSTAGRAM - @handsonentrepreneurship4kids BIO: Patricia Clahar is an education enrichment specialist who focuses on providing entrepreneurship education for kids and teens. She is the founder of Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids, which provides in-person and online solutions to families, schools and youth organizations that want to support young entrepreneurs. Patricia graduated from Harvard University (BA) and Columbia University (MBA) and has been an educator for over 12 years.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/identitytalk4educators/support
45. Teach Hands-On Entrepreneurship for Kids with Patricia Clahar
For this episode, we invited Patricia Clahar, the founder of Teaching Entrepreneurship for Kids. Patricia graduated from Harvard University for her undergraduate degree and she got her MBA from Columbia University Graduate School of Business. She has been an educator for over 12 years. She taught entrepreneurship in a Montessori middle school for 3 years and helped over 50 students to launch products or manage small businesses.She has taught business concepts, such as revenue vs. profit, unit calculations, inventory management & forecasting, interest, profit margins and basic accounting to students as young as 6 years old and as old as 17 years old.Both of Patricia's mom and dad are entrepreneurs. So her own passion for entrepreneurship started early. But what exactly did she do when she was young; how did she walked into the path teaching kids about entrepreneurship; what ideas and tips she has for kids and parents? Let's dive into today's episode.
Hands-On Entrepreneurship 4 Kids with Patricia Clahar
Fear Free Launches
Patricia is an entrepreneurship educator for kids and teens. She provides online support to young people who want to start or grow their businesses with coaching and a comprehensive accelerator program. She also offers in-school entrepreneurship presentations and helps schools to implement entrepreneurship programs that meet their specific needs. Patricia holds a BA from Harvard University ('98), an MBA from Columbia Graduate School of Business ('03) and has been an educator for over 12 years. I had so much fun talking to her in this episode. Her personality and energy is vibrant and effervescent. She gives us practical tips for introducing entrepreneurship into your home and creating learning experiences right under your own roof. Listen in as we chat about: Getting creative with at-home businesses Fostering decision making and business skills from a young age The 4 basic characteristics of entrepreneurship How to focus on those building blocks at an early age Modeling and fostering a problem solving lifestyle at home You can find information about Patricia Clahar and Hands-On Entrepreneurship 4 Kids at: Website Facebook Instagram *** Contact Kim Ransom on her website at www.kimberlyransom.com On Instagram Or, on Facebook