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Young Entrepreneurs facilitator Kathryn Peterson, 17, helps Aliyah Leichter, 10, balance her business and personal expenses during the Young Entrepreneurs Summer Camp held in the UND Center for Innovation June 5, 2014. "We get to transfer money and then count it," Aliyah said. "We still have kid abilities but we get to do adult things." (Luke Franke/Grand Forks Herald)

Young Entrepreneurs Camp teaches kids practical skills for the future

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All this week, children ages 9 to 13 at the Young Entrepreneurs Summer Camp at UND’s Center for Innovation are forming their own society and running their own businesses.

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“It’s important for the kids to know that they can make things happen,” said program director Barry Striegel. “I want them to become independent.”

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