Tap into your child’s entrepreneurship side with these free online classes

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Budding entrepreneurs stuck at home during the coronavirus may have another outlet.

Unreasonable Kids, a nonprofit that provides entrepreneurship classes for children, has partnered with the Brooks Crossing Innovation in Newport News to offer free virtual classes taught by CEOs.

“Since school is out, Unreasonable Kids has created a Zoom educational learning experience for kids, ages 7-17, to learn from top executives in various fields to keep his or her social entrepreneurial spark lit,” according to the Eventbrite page. “An opportunity for kids to meet a top executive and to ask one on one questions from how do you manage during a crisis to what skills does it take to become a top leader, and more, in a 1 hr- Zoom session.”

Here’s a list of classes — click on the event to register. The first class starts Monday:


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