Early introduction of young children to the art of earning and managing money at a young age has many life skill benefits and rewards such as better work ethic, appreciation for money and better goal setting.

Adam and Matthew Toren, authors of Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas stated “You’ve heard the saying, It’s never too late. We say, It’s never too early… All children share the inalienable right to become financially independent, whether rich or poor, city or suburb. Sharpening a child’s entrepreneurial skills will equip them with the skills necessary to tackle a limitless future. There is no reason it cannot start at an earlier age.”

NCTIG supports schools and organizations that encourage young school-age kids all the way through high school to develop their entrepreneurial spirit and ambitions. We also provide a platform during our annual summit to encourage school-age children to attend and learn more about entrepreneurship. NCTIG supports organizations that create a learning environment when young children can innovate, apply their knowledge, build on their leadership characteristics and encourage them to achieve their vision.