As part of their History at Home program, Western Reserve Historical Society has an Education Toolbox filled with resources for entrepreneurs and businesspeople.
YEE for CLE is their Youth Entrepreneurship Education program with lessons on the Market and Me, focusing on a 1845 General Store, an 1827 Green-Grocer’s Market and an 1810 Oxcart “Market on the Move,” each illustrating how people throughout history connected with each other through the marketplace.
The Roots of Entrepreneurship in Northeast Ohio looks at the livelihoods of the pioneers of the Western Reserve and how they used resources to build community and businesses.
There are resources for teachers, and soon, Meet and Entrepreneur video lessons.
Check it out at WRHS.org