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Business Class 201: Come up With a Business IDEA and Turn Passions Into Purpose

Life Skills

Ongoing 1:1 Business Mentoring, Collaboration, Exploration and Hobby Support

In this ongoing (1x/week) session, we'll tackle learner-led business, financial and life skills topics that can include marketing, pricing, niche creation, business ideas, boundary setting, social media, social emotional learning, and more! #superstar
Allison Bishins, Business + Sustainability
60 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 4 learners
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Charged weekly
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
40 minutes per class
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Class Experience

I own several small businesses (vintage goods, handmade jewelry, craft events, business workshops, and business consulting) and have been in business for 12+ years!  I have 25+ years of work experience in food service, marketing, non-profit work, environmental policy, urban planning, writing, and much more!  I have worked with young folks on business topics for around 5 years, and have taught adult business workshops for the same amount of time.  I teach social media marketing and other business topics as my full time job; I've taught thousands of learners virtually and in person.
Homework may be assigned if the student desires it.  All homework is optional unless the learner or their adult asks for firm deadlines.
None required, a pen and paper are handy.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We may discuss social media as a marketing tool.  If this comes up:
- I will not link to any social platforms (per OS policy) 
- We will discuss internet safety and the importance of having adult oversight
- Which platforms are easier and safer for minors to use


Allison Bishins, Business + Sustainability
Lives in the United States
Small Business, Sustainability + Social Media Teacher
60 total reviews
154 completed classes

About Me

I'm a small business consultant, social media marketing teacher, and sustainability advocate!  I've owned several small businesses for over 12 years, and I've been a business consultant and youth mentor for over 5 years.  I have experience selling... 
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