Are you a BC Educator looking to bring Future-Ready Programs such as entrepreneurship, digital literacy, public speaking and more to your students? If yes, your organization is probably eligible to receive the Build a Biz Kids Educator Package ($2,000 value) at no cost to you!
Port Moody, BC – Build a Biz Kids is pleased to announce the launch of their Adopt a School Program in British Columbia that provides advanced tools, support and programming to educators supporting youth ages 7-13, with a specific focus on vulnerable populations.
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Volunteering is great for the soul and the community at large, but it also can provide a lot of benefits for kids and teens seeking experience and personal or professional growth. This article gives you 5 reasons why your child should start volunteering!
A global pandemic doesn’t necessarily imply total isolation from the community. Technology has allowed remote volunteer work to become a new norm for many organizations. Find out about the many ways to remotely volunteer and safely get involved in your community!
Stepping back from traditional social and academic milestones can prove to be challenging and stressful for children while coping during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Build a Biz Kids was co-founded by Leah Coss and Braden Ricketts using their values and beliefs as the foundation of the Company, their many ideas as the construction plan with an endless elevation, and their inspiration and drive as the mortar holding everything together.
That is what this program is about. It doesn't matter if your child becomes an entrepreneur when they grow up. That's not the point. The point is the give them the space to make decisions that impact, for better or worse, something they care about. Something they are calling the shots on and taking full ownership of. This is life. We are just exposing them to it a little earlier in a safe environment rather than thrusting them into it after high school graduation when real debt and consequences can be more significant.
I, like many parents, have an innate fear that I will screw up my child in some way. One day, I will say that one thing that completely screws them up. I will be having a bad day, my patience will be low and BAM. It will fly out of my mouth and I will never be able to take it back. Their confidence will plumit, they will throw it back at me when they are 18 and angry at me, and any sadness they have, I know it will because I failed them that day. Well, that may happen, but I have something significantly more scary to share with you.
Have we forgotten how to let kids fail? I always want to teach my son how to do everything in the most efficient way. I struggle to stop myself from…