Los Angeles, CA, March 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Whyville (www.whyville.net), a virtual learning world with 7.5 million subscribers, ages 7 to 14, is excited to announce their sponsorship of the 2014 Bizzy Girls’ Entrepreneurship Fair and an ongoing relationship with Bizzy Girls Camps.
Bizzy Girls is a lifestyle brand for empowered tweens and teens that teaches girls entrepreneurship at camps around the country. Over two hundred girls between the ages of 7 and 14 started their own businesses at Bizzy Girls Camps in 2013. These camps are held at malls and offered through cities such as Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara. In 2014, over 600 eager teen and tween girls will create their own businesses through the camps.
The Bizzy Girls, Fair will take place on June 14 at the historical Santa Monica Bay Woman's Club in Santa Monica, CA. The club, started by women in the suffrage movement is celebrating their 100 year anniversary with the latest generation of empowered girls.
Bizzy Girl entrepreneurs will display their companies, sell their products, and show us the charities they have started. Girls and moms will hear speakers, attend panels, workshops and various other creative activities. Teen YouTube and Nickelodeon stars will host the day’s activities and a Fashion show.
Although girls gravitate towards fashion and design for their first businesses, Bizzy Girls is also committed to introducing young girls to engineering and technology, Whyville.net an award winning simulation based learning environment will be holding workshops at the fair that will teach girls how to make game apps. Whyville.net will also be launching its Bizzy Girls page on the site that will connect to entrepreneurship games and encourage girls to attend Bizzy Girls Camps.
Bizzy Girls wants to show girls that technology can be fun. How to make YouTube videos and digital music mixing will also be some of the fun technology based workshops.
About Whyville and Numedeon
Launched in 1999, Whyville (www.whyville.net). Whyville is an educational Internet site geared towards children from ages 8–14. 78% of its subscribers are girls. It aims to engage its users in learning about a broad range of topics, including science, business, art and geography
Independent parent groups have lauded its educational value and safety. For example, Whyville.net has received awards from iParenting as the best website for kids, and the best on the web for its safety features.[Whyville.net received a NAPPA (National Parenting Publication Award) Gold Award as a site that represented the best in its genre for kids 
Numedeon Inc., the parent company of Whyville.net, was founded by scientists from the California Institute of Technology who combined research expertise in learning and education with advanced simulation and virtual world technology to engage young users.
About Bizzy Girls
Bizzy Girls was founded in 2011 by Deborah Kanafani, a psychotherapist, a bestselling author and entrepreneur, It is a lifestyle brand that offers books, products and programs to empower tween and teen girls. The Bizzy Girls Camps are based on experiential learning where girls each create a product line, write mini business plans, create logos, learn branding, and sell their products. Some camps are held at shopping malls so that girls are immersed in a retail environment." Our camps have grown from coast to coast and are full. Moms want their daughters to learn these important skills, to know that they can create a future for themselves."
For information on Bizzy Girls Fair and Camp Sponsorship Opportunities contact Diane Light Waight, 1.770.316.0941 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Press: For information please email Bizzy Girls Inc. at email@example.com
General Information: For general information on the Bizzy Girls Camps and Fair visit www.bizzygirls.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Numedeon Contact: James M. Bower, CEO, 210.382.0553; email@example.com