Community Work

Young Mogul Development Group  took to the runway this weekend to volunteer for the Port City Rip the Runway. Rip the Runway is an effort spearheaded by radio personality Brandon “Bigg-B” Hickman to raise money for a scholarship in the name of his mother Lellie Ann Heggins. Young Mogul were the hands and minds that…

Young Mogul ProDay

This year our movement to change life outcomes for young men moved into a new direction.  In 2016 we launched the Mogul ProDay for young men at Carolina Beach Recreation Center in beautiful Carolina Beach, North Carolina. The Mogul ProDay was something we created to address the need that many young men have to learn…

First Meeting… The Importance of Your Story

Young Mogul had its first meeting of the year at super successful coffee house known as Bitty and Beaus. Bitty Beaus is a place with a unique story that involves creating opportunities for those that may find it difficult to get work and develop a career. The owners after having 2 children with special needs decided to…

CIAA Education Day!

In 2016 Young Mogul tried something completely new and inspiring! We had a chance to attend the CIAA Tournament Education Day! At the Education Day guys were able to engage with some of the various Universities from around the state recieving admissions information and more.  It was an awesome experience having a chance to visit…

The Mogul KickOff For Season 2016-17

We had and awesome Mogul Kick-off for 2016-17 with special Celebrity Guest Bigg-B, DJ, and Program Director of Coast 97.3. He made us Laugh but most of all, learn the importance of smart decisions going into the New School Year.

A Swim in the Shark Tank at the University of North Carolina Wilmington

The final project for the Young Mogul students is always to create your own business and actually present details about your business plan to an audience for feedback and critiques. This year we took advantage of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington’s Shark Tank Development Event as our project activity. Students were given the opportunity…