The Entrepreneurial Center
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Junior High Students

Some of you are asking yourself, "I'm going to Junior High School or Middle School, why should I learn how to think and act like an entrepreneur?" I realize that you won't be graduating high school for many years. First, let me say that you are never too young or too old to learn how to think like a successful business person.

Jack Finkelstein, President of TEC, learned the basics of entrepreneurship when his father worked as a salesman traveling throughout the United States. It was up to Jack to pack and ship merchandise that they had at home; type out the invoices, do the accounting, and much more. Jack did this while going to Junior High School and still played stickball on the streets of New York.

Robert Goins, co-founder of the TEC Center Program, found success as a young man when he became head of the first Black Unicycle group.  Not only did he headline in shows around the country but also performed in front of the President of the United States (Jimmy Carter).  He later found success in the music business.

One day you will enter the working world and you will not be prepared. You have to ask yourself, "Do I want to learn how to be a business person, own my own business and be my own boss?" If the answer is yes, then you should become a member of the TEC on-line training site.  We will inform you as soon as it is up and running. TEC will give you the confidence to make the decisions that can lead to a successful business venture.

Once TEC unlocks the secrets of how a successful business person thinks and acts, it will change your life forever. There are also additional benefits for longer term members of TEC. TEC will prioritize those students who are members of The Entrepreneurial Center (TEC) when it comes time to partner with them in businesses they choose to enter. In other words, the longer you are a member, the better your advantage.

There will also be money making ventures that students can take advantage of while they are attending our school and also our on-line training site (we will let you know when the site is up).