Contribute to future leaders today

Washington Business Week is able to impact over 3,000 teens a year because of contributions made by businesses, service clubs, individuals, and foundations. Community volunteer and financial support makes the program accessible to teens during the summer and school year.

The full cost to attend a Washington Business Week Summer Program is $1600 per teen for residential programs and approximately $1150 for non-residential programs, but because of the generous support of our partners, our students pay less than half of the true cost. Each teen has a business, community or individual “Sponsor” that has donated $725 or more. Statewide Corporate and Foundation grants secure the remainder. The In-School Program cost is about $150 per student.

Your contribution inspires the youth of Washington state to create success in their lives, their future workplaces, and communities. The real-life experience at Business Week changes teens and bridges the gap between generations. One student sums it up, “I now feel a connection between me and the business world.”

There are many opportunities to support Washington Business Week programs and students.

Questions? Please contact Washington Business Week, at 253.237.3545 or [email protected].

Washington Business Week is the primary program of the Foundation for Private Enterprise Education, which is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible under IRS code. Click here to donate now.

The relevant learning experiences that [Washington Business Week] offers inspires students, builds confidence, and real-world experiences.

– Randy Dorn, former Superintendent of Public Instruction