(article and photo credits:Entrepreneur.com)
Danny Ouyang, is 16 years old and makes more than $6,500 a month, while playing basketball, piano and guitar in high school. This teen's job isn’t just for the summer. His business, Kinkarso has advanced into SEO consulting and "flipping", improving unwanted websites and reselling them for a profit.
Ouyang isn't the only teenager with entrepreneurial dreams. Six in every 10 teens wants to be an entrepreneur, and starting a business during the summer is a good first step.
Here is where teens in Midtown Houston can find out more about Danny and how any teen can start their own business.
For teenagers who prefer a more traditional approach to employment, try some of the listings I’ve found on a couple of the websites that should be on every Midtown Houston teen‘s, A-list of places to on the web to find jobs for the summer.
The Teen Council
If you are between the ages of fourteen and nineteen and enjoy art why not become involved in the "Teen Council" at CAM.
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston's Teen Council (TC) is a group of motivated young people employed by the museum, to help create programming and events to bring the awareness of CAM and its art to their peers.
If you would like to know more about the "Teen Council" and get the latest, up to date happening’s at CAM check their website CAMH.org.
[Where: 5216 Montrose Blvd. Houston, Texas 77006-6598]