KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A program teaching young men entrepreneur skills is looking for a permanent home.
"Boys Grow" uses agriculture to teach young men how to market themselves and how to create their own business.
The nonprofit is currently working with kids on donated land, but is working to raise $30,000 to buy its own property.
The teens taking part say the program has taught them valuable skills.
"I think I’ve learned salesmanship so far. Before, I really didn't have the confidence talking with people in public. Now I think this program has really helped me with that," member Raul Delgado said.
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