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year for members of the Michigan 4‑H Foundation. The foundation uses funds solicited from individuals and organizations to support 4‑H youth development
programs and train volunteer 4-H leaders throughout Michigan.
The Michigan 4-H Foundation, a public foundation headquartered in East Lansing, Michigan, USA, receives charitable contributions and special grants for the development and support of 4-H youth programs in Michigan.
The IGNITE Team is made possible by the generous support of the C.S. Mott Foundation and its funding of the “Moving Ideas to Market” initiative, implemented and led by the combined efforts of the Prima Civitas Foundation, the Mid-Michigan Innovation Team, and Corporation for a Skilled Workforce.
Jacktown Connect seeks to create a network for young professionals and community leaders in the Jackson area. We strive to be a diverse, non-partisan group that fostersprofessional and personal development through networking and social opportunities.
JA Worldwide is the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.
The Youth Entrepreneurship Alliance (YEA) is a national policy strategy group that is emerging to continue to bring the message of the importance of youth entrepreneurship education to the attention of national leaders that can be advocates and help the field expand. It started as 12 national organizations that emerged from the Youth Entrepreneurship Strategy Group, an Aspen Institute initiative.
Initial member organizations include:
Burton Morgan Foundation, Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education, CFED, DECA, Inc, E*Trade, FBLA-PBL, Goldman Sachs, JA Worldwide, NFIB-YEF, NACCE, NFTE, and US SBA.
Additional members are welcome to join the new initiative.