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Sometimes, it’s so hard to say goodbye.

We recently invited the students from our Young Entrepreneur’s Program to our headquarters to celebrate the end of the school year, say goodbye to the seniors in the program and congratulate each participant for their involvement in the program.

What happens when high school students visit HUMAN headquarters? Click above to find out!

The flagship program of our non-profit arm, HUMAN Everywhere, The Young Entrepreneur’s Program teaches students in underserved areas how to be social entrepreneurs and nutrition activists.

Our Young Entrepreneur’s Program participants have truly become social entrepreneurs by learning how to operate, market and maximize the healthy vending machine donated to them as part of the program.

Entrepreneurship is one of the most empowering skills we can teach our youth today. Rather than having to wait for an opportunity to present itself or to be chosen amongst a sea of applicants, entrepreneurs can create their own job opportunity and destiny.

You don’t have to be in high school to see the value of entrepreneurship.

HUMAN Healthy Vending itself was launched by two young entrepreneurs who wanted to spend their time doing something they truly believed in: making healthy food more convenient than junk food and perpetuating the trend of social entrepreneurship through their franchise business opportunity.

If you’ve been asking yourself whether now is the time to be an entrepreneur, perhaps ask yourself, instead, what you have to lose by not becoming an entrepreneur.

Just ask our Young Entrepreneurs. They’ve learned how to run a healthy vending business and how to eat healthfully all the while generating income that goes directly to their school’s sports teams.

If you are interested in becoming a HUMAN Healthy Vending franchisee, a social entrepreneur, or in learning more about HUMAN, please click here.

skelly

Biomedical Engineer who earned his degree from The Johns Hopkins University & Columbia University. Named one of Forbes’ Top 30 Under 30 in 2013. Co-Founded America’s first Pure Play healthy vending company in 2003.
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