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9th Annual Pig Roast Benefit


YouthEntity Raffle Thank You + Winner

 Thank you to everyone who supported YouthEntity's raffle! We raised over $13,000 to help fund our job ready, career ready, life ready programs that served 2,700 youth last year. This money will help jump-start savings for hundreds of local youth through our personal financial literacy workshops and launch our new engineering and construction internship for high school students this fall!

Congrats to this year's raffle winner, Lydia Clay!
Spend enough time around kids and you’ll believe that there’s hope for the world. Spend enough time around YouthEntity, and you may believe it transcends being about kids and becomes more of a template for how it would be nice to see entire communities function.
— Jay Cowan
career development

career development

personal financial literacy

personal financial literacy

job readiness

job readiness

At YouthEntity, our youth are job ready, career ready and life ready.

While we create and innovate locally, our programs address national needs that help our youth participants build their self-confidence and an authentic source of hope for their futures.


Our goal is for every young person in the communities we serve to enter adulthood financially literate, with applicable work experience through our career development programs. 


YouthEntity engages and empowers youth to discover their potential by providing real-world learning experiences that prepare them for future success. 

Our Journey:

We started our journey into experiential learning in 2006 with our first “Build Your Own” peer workshop where students taught other students how to build their own desktop computer.  Today, we provide real world learning experiences to youth to help prepare them for future success no matter what they want to be when they grow up.  Youth in our programs develop financial knowledge, cultivate career readiness and employability skills and gain social capital.  Our programs combine learning with practical, real world application – from youth competing in an architectural design proposal to performing a wellness exam on a volunteer patient – and engage students in a unique way.

Thank you to our 2016 Business Sponsors who support our programs:

Allegria Restaurant, Alpine Bank, Ann Korologos Gallery, Aspen Club, Aspen Snowmass Sotheby's International Realty, Aspen Maintenance Supply, Brewster McLeod Architects, Coldwell Banker, Dalby Wendland & Co., Equus Private Wealth Management, Glenwood Insurance, RJ Stumpf Construction, Steak 'n Shake, Wealth by Design, Woodbridge Realty of Colorado


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