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Young Entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneurs: SBA has a wide range of resources and programs to help you start, manage and grow your business.


Continue the Journey you began on the Millennial Trains Project. 

Young Entrepreneurs, though the Millennial Trains Project has come to an end the innovation and connections inspired by it do not have to. Use our Local Assistance tool to find a SCORE counselor and other local resources to assist you on your journey. Move forward by taking a course at www.sba.gov/learning to enhance your entrepreneurial knowledge. 

Take Our Free Online Course 

SBA's Online Learning Center offers free courses in many business topics.
There is a course specifically designed for young entrepreneurs.  
The Young Entrepreneurs Essential Guide to Starting a Business will help you learn how to start out as a young entrepreneur.
After finishing the course, you will receive a certificate of completion and a tip sheet that summarizes key points. You may also use the business planner for guidance on creating your business plan.  Read our Community message boards and blogs for more business tips and advice.


Local Resources

Use our Local Assistance tool to find a counselor or mentor through a SCORE chapter, Small Business Development Center or Women’s Business Center near you.



Empowering Youth to Succeed

The Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs provides information, strategies, tools, and resources for youth, families, schools and community organizations related to a variety of cross-cutting topics that affect youth.  


Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center

Click here to learn about small business tax forms and publications. 


Success Story Videos

Learn how other young entrepreneurs from throughout the country got their start:


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