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UNIOR ENTREPRENEUR CLUB

The Junior Entrepreneur Club progresses students from idea to startup to selling over the duration of 12 months. 

Students participate in a variety of business, finance, and entrepreneurship classes throughout the year. Within 6 to 12 months, our advanced entrepreneurs are out with their startups earning real money.

In 2022, Students in our Junior Entrepreneur club brought home close to $25,000 and donated close to $8,000 back to the 501c3 nonprofit – a portion of their donation went to providing weekly or bimonthly classes to trafficked girls at a local group home free of charge. 

In 2023, youth will continue this tradition of giving a percentage of their sales to help underserved populations. They will help launch funding into the CAMIO fund, a fund that helps guarantee access to youth based on need and merit. 

What is the cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club?

We encourage every youth to gain practical business knowledge. Students enrolled in other youth programs at ‘Come and Make It!’  only pay $19 per month plus 30% of sales to be part of the Junior Entrepreneur Club. 20% of sales covers expenses to sell such as credit card fees, retail bags, mileage. 10% of sales is a tax-deductible donation to the CAMIO fund.

The cost for a student not enrolled in other programs at ‘Come and Make It!” is $60 per month plus 30% of sales with the same breakdown as above.

The CAMIO fund provides scholarships for Come and Make It!and it’s affiliated youth programs to underserved youth based on merit and need. 

What privileges do you get for the cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club?

CLASSES 

Where: Classes are held at Come and Make It!, 41109 I-10 West, Boerne, TX. 

When: SECOND FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH – 4:30 to 6:00 PM – All Entrepreneurs meet.

Here’s an example of one of our meeting agendas:

Junior Entrepreneur Club – First Meeting 

This class takes students from idea to pitch to prototype to really selling over the duration of 6 to 12 months. 

MAKERSPACE MEMBERSHIP

Youth in the Junior Entrepreneur Club get a 3 Hour Monthly Membership to Come and Make It!. Read about the perks of membership here. 

MARKETS

SECOND WEEKEND OF EVERY MONTH – 5:00 to 6:00 PM – Advanced Entrepreneur 

Boerne Markets are included in the monthly cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club for our Advanced Junior Entrepreneur Club. Our Markets team will periodically invite our newbies to the markets for insights and information. Additional markets do require a market fee. 

Boerne Markets – Advanced Junior Entrepreneur Club Only

*FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Wimberley Trade Days – Advanced Entrepreneur (additional cost)

RETAIL STORE AND E-COMMERCE 

‘Come and Make It!’ offers Junior Entrepreneur Club 2’ x 2’ booths. Items in those booths will be put for sale through e-commerce online at comeandmakeit.org. 

What requirements are there to join? 

We recommend the Junior Entrepreneur Club for students 11 and above. Students that feel like they’re capable of entering the Junior Entrepreneur Club as advanced, can apply to bypass through an interview. 

Advanced Sellers are required to fill in tax information and have a checking account that payments can be directly deposited to.

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JUNIOR ENTREPRENEUR CLUB

The Junior Entrepreneur Club progresses students from idea to startup to selling over the duration of 12 months. 

Students participate in a variety of business, finance, and entrepreneurship classes throughout the year. Within 6 to 12 months, our advanced entrepreneurs are out with their startups earning real money.

In 2022, Students in our Junior Entrepreneur club brought home close to $25,000 and donated close to $8,000 back to the 501c3 nonprofit – a portion of their donation went to providing weekly or bimonthly classes to trafficked girls at a local group home free of charge. 

In 2023, youth will continue this tradition of giving a percentage of their sales to help underserved populations. They will help launch funding into the CAMIO fund, a fund that helps guarantee access to youth based on need and merit. 

What is the cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club?

We encourage every youth to gain practical business knowledge. Students enrolled in other youth programs at ‘Come and Make It!’  only pay $19 per month plus 30% of sales to be part of the Junior Entrepreneur Club. 20% of sales covers expenses to sell such as credit card fees, retail bags, mileage. 10% of sales is a tax-deductible donation to the CAMIO fund.

The cost for a student not enrolled in other programs at ‘Come and Make It!” is $60 per month plus 30% of sales with the same breakdown as above.

The CAMIO fund provides scholarships for Come and Make It!and it’s affiliated youth programs to underserved youth based on merit and need. 

What privileges do you get for the cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club?

CLASSES 

Where: Classes are held at Come and Make It!, 41109 I-10 West, Boerne, TX. 

When: SECOND FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH – 4:30 to 6:00 PM – All Entrepreneurs meet.

Here’s an example of one of our meeting agendas:

Junior Entrepreneur Club – First Meeting 

This class takes students from idea to pitch to prototype to really selling over the duration of 6 to 12 months. 

MAKERSPACE MEMBERSHIP

Youth in the Junior Entrepreneur Club get a 3 Hour Monthly Membership to Come and Make It!. Read about the perks of membership here. 

MARKETS

SECOND WEEKEND OF EVERY MONTH – 5:00 to 6:00 PM – Advanced Entrepreneur 

Boerne Markets are included in the monthly cost of the Junior Entrepreneur Club for our Advanced Junior Entrepreneur Club. Our Markets team will periodically invite our newbies to the markets for insights and information. Additional markets do require a market fee. 

Boerne Markets – Advanced Junior Entrepreneur Club Only

*FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH – Wimberley Trade Days – Advanced Entrepreneur (additional cost)

RETAIL STORE AND E-COMMERCE 

‘Come and Make It!’ offers Junior Entrepreneur Club 2’ x 2’ booths. Items in those booths will be put for sale through e-commerce online at comeandmakeit.org. 

What requirements are there to join? 

We recommend the Junior Entrepreneur Club for students 11 and above. Students that feel like they’re capable of entering the Junior Entrepreneur Club as advanced, can apply to bypass through an interview. 

Advanced Sellers are required to fill in tax information and have a checking account that payments can be directly deposited to.