If you’re looking for an opportunity to take your future into your own hands while also helping to mold the futures of children in your community, you’ve come to the right place. We are Engineering For Kids, a child education franchise that offers after-school classes, camps, and workshops for children in Pre-K through 8th grade. Our unique programs make learning about science, technology, engineering, and math fun and exciting while equipping youth with the knowledge they’ll need to thrive in a global market.
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Over the past 10 years, our company has been rapidly growing and has expanded throughout the United States and beyond. As the popularity of STEM education grows and is incorporated into more schools, the need for supplemental learning continues to grow as well. Engineering For Kids is fulfilling that need and is looking for passionate, driven, and excited franchisees to help us bring our program to additional communities.
The Engineering For Kids franchise offers low initial costs, extensive training and support, and a rapidly growing industry. If you are an active member of your community who loves working with kids and have good interpersonal skills and a positive attitude, you may be a great fit for our network. Browse our website to learn more about our opportunity and then reach out to our development team to take the first step!
We invite you to learn about who we are, the initial investment requirements, and our industry.
We’ll call you and answer any questions you may have about our franchise opportunity.
Our home office staff will educate you on our tech infrastructure and turn-key marketing materials.
Following Discovery Day your franchise will be awarded, and the pre-training will be scheduled!
"The challenge is not trying to drum up a business, but it's more along the lines of trying to keep up with the demand. The students really enjoy the program and the curriculum is really fun with a purpose. We hope to turn that fun into a passion for engineering."