Young Entrepreneurs

We are thrilled to bring back the Young Entrepreneurs program again this year! This is a great way to celebrate and encourage the entrepreneurship of the many talented homeschooled students in our state.

Convention attendees are encouraged to visit the Young Entrepreneurs booths in the exhibit hall at the 31st Annual Arizona Home Education Convention and check out the products and services these talented young people have to offer!

2014 YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS

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A Quaint Cottage aquaintcottage.wordpress.com
A True Focus Photography atruefocus.com
All About Wood
Apron Strings Gifts 'n' Things apronstringsnthings.wordpress.com
Audrey's Homestead audreyshomestead.yolasite.com
Bethany's Bonnie Boutique bethanysbonnieboutique.com
Bianchi Piano
Chi Hai by Design
David Ronsick Fine Art davidronsick.com
Desert Rose Creations
Dominion Technologies dominiontechnologies.biz
The Dragon Within
Holly's Hobbies hollyshobbiesaz.weebly.com
Home Decor & More
Master Magic
Meg's Gems
Michael's Wildlife michaelswildlife.weebly.com
Natural Girl
Rebekah's Quillrebekahsquill.com
The Ruby Vial therubyvial.com
Scrubbin' It
Sticky and Sweet
True Colors Paracord Creations
Wally's Wallets
Youngs Enterprises
Yum Yum Dog Treats sites.google.com/site/myyumyumdogtreats
 
 

CONTACT

Scott and Sherry McKown
AFHE Exhibit Hall Coordinators
P.O. Box 2035, Chandler, AZ 85244-2035
vendors@afhe.org

 

APPLICATION PERIOD CLOSED FOR 2014

The Young Entrpreneur application period is now closed for 2014. We have reached capacity for Young Entrepreneurs at this year's convention. No additional applications can be accepted. YE applications for the 2015 convention will be available in January 2015.

ELIGIBILITY

Participation in the AFHE Young Entrepreneurs program is open to students who are currently being taught at home by their parents in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes §15-802* Students must be a minimum age of 12 by July 11, 2014. Homeschool graduates who are age 23 or younger are also invited participate.

*ARS §15-802 defines a homeschool as "a nonpublic school conducted primarily by the parent, guardian, or other person who has custody of the child or nonpublic instruction provided in the child's home." Students enrolled in a public school, private school, charter school, or virtual charter school are ineligible to participate.

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR INFORMATION

2014 YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR PACKET (pdf)