66 Kids Enrolled In 50 Cent's Entrepreneur Program Get Jobs


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50 Cent isn't all about trolling, he’s also about giving back through his “G-Unity Business Lab,” a twelve-week entrepreneur program that allowed 75 students to learn from volunteers about business. The Houston students met with volunteers twice a week and studied an MBA-level curriculum. 66 of the 75 students successfully secured jobs at the end of the course. 50 took to social media to celebrate the success of his “kids” writing, “When you grow up under circumstances that I grew up under, it starts to feel like the biggest restraint is a financial restraint,” the rapper turned T.V. mogul said, “I just want to be able to help provide programs that allow you the information to do it the right way.” 50 invested $300,000 in the program that was matched by the Houston Independent School District. The kids will be able to pitch their business idea to 50 and other investors at the end of the year for a chance to get their start-up financed. 


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