Mission 

Ace Ambition aims at paving the pathway of success for young aspiring entrepreneurs while incubating their ideas to create a sustainable revenue stream by adding value to their ideas. Our pool of experts will assist the youth entrepreneurs via workshop and mentoring to fine tune their ideas into a practical model for implementation.

Vision

We envision a society where sustainable enterprises branches out from youths as young as 12 to 17 years of age so that they can discover their gifts and learn ways to add value to generate financial returns from their gifts.

Ace Ambition’s Goals:

• Educate and empower the youth about entrepreneurship  

• Educate and empower the youth on financial management and wealth building

• Network with entrepreneurs and community leaders to educate the youth

• Network with youth organizations and youth initiatives 

• Network with financial educators to educate and improve financial intelligence in youth

My Son Is An Entrepreneur Youth Program consists of multiple youth workshops throughout the year that teach young men how to create their own opportunities and monetize their ideas. The workshops topics include Entrepreneurship 101, Branding 101, Marketing 101, Identifying and Monetizing Your Gifts, Creating OpportunitIes and Generating ideas, and more

Building Wealth Youth Program consists of multiple youth workshops throughout the year that teach youth how to build wealth and manage their finances effectively. The Youth in this program will be able to define and understand financial budgeting, investing, stocks, passive income, taxes, real estate, loans, interest, and mortgages.

 

Email: AceAmbition0@gmail.com

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