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Sophomore Isabella Alarcon, who runs a business reselling her customized clothing, alters a sweatshirt. A 2018 study of 1,000 teens showed that 41% would consider entrepreneurship as a career option versus working in a traditional job, according to Junior Achievement.

Entrepreneurs start businesses

Clara Bonomi, Reporter March 25, 2021

Senior Giselle Moulia spends her free time sorting through her closet and purchasing thrifted clothing to resell to customers all across the City. Although many teenagers face overstuffed closets, small...

Ashley Weber sells a vintage sweater at The Junior League of San Francisco’s Next-to-New Shop & Consignment Boutique. Next-to-New re-sells used clothing and donates portions of the proceeds to community programs. KATIE GHOTBI | the broadview

Vintage stores are in

December 16, 2009

Emma Herlihy Asst.  News Editor Second-hand stores can provide affordable clothing, holiday gifts and the opportunity to sell used clothes, which is especially valuable in the state...

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