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Our Programs

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"I am financial knowledge" Levels I & II

Since 2010, YouthEntity has taught personal financial literacy workshops that help students build the skills needed to make responsible choices when it comes to money and careers later in life through a YouthEntity designed curriculum.  The program is targeted to reach 5th and 8th graders at various schools within the Western Slope of Colorado.  

banking on your future

Starting in 2015, YouthEntity partnered with Alpine Bank to offer a personal financial literacy workshop using a digital platform powered by EverFi that targets High School aged students at schools within the Western Slope of Colorado.  


High school students learn about the many careers in the industry and build their skills through coaching from local professionals. Whether they plan to go to work right after high school or pursue a higher degree or certificate, there is a path to success specific to them and Youthentity wants to help get them started. 

my career. my life. 

In 2014, Youthentity launched this internship program for middle schoolers that matches their personalities to real-world learning experiences. Each students participates in a mini career internship to give them taste of a career they are interested in.


A Youthentity program for high schoolers that are interested in culinary arts and restaurant management. With a nationally recognized collegiate level curriculum, students learn basic kitchen etiquette and move onto advanced culinary skills while also gaining valuable knowledge in business and management world. 


A program for high school students who have an interested in baking and pastry arts. During this hands on program, students work with a master pastry chef to make French pastries with an American sensibility. Their final exam is to produce and cater a 1,000 piece pastry and chocolate buffet for their families, friends and YouthEntity donors. 


An experiential learning program that teaches youth how to start, own and operate their own business – a lemonade stand. The model ensures that all children, grades K-12, can sign-up and receive materials absolutely free of charge. There are two distinct components of Lemonade Day. First is a month-long learning experience through which a child and a caring adult exercise a step-by-step process of creating a business. The second component is the actual implementation of the business, which takes place on Lemonade Day.