Making Jobs Easier to Get: Cameron Kuwata’s Idea to hook you up with EZ Trabajo

Cameron Kuwata (14) - MADE Competition Competitor and UCM Business Camp graduate.

Cameron Kuwata (14) – MADE Competition Competitor and UCM Business Camp graduate.

There are plenty of jobs out there for interested people. Yes, it is true, jobs are available. There are job sites that mass market these openings. Cameron Kuwata of Lee’s Summit, Missouri has an idea to get you employment faster with targeted job opening hosting. The 15 year old has identified a need for a, specific market, job search website.

EZ Trabajo, Kuwata’s business idea, means EZ Jobs in Spanish. Catering to the Hispanic community, Kuwata says, “The Hispanic population is growing and there are no tools dedicated to them to help them find jobs and services.” To get his business up and running, Kuwata has been meeting with several key individuals within the Hispanic community and working with business development coaches which ultimately led him to be a competitor at the State Fair as part of the MADE in Missouri Entrepreneurship Competition on August 12.

It is no surprise that Kuwata attended the business camp at the University of Central Missouri, hosted by the Small Business Technology Development Center, and found his love for entrepreneurship. He goes on to explain, “We have many entrepreneurs in our family so when I saw that there was a entrepreneurship camp near me I decided to take the camp. Also I saw that there is a business aspect in everything we do and the camp would help me later in my future. “

Find him at the competition, steal some of his time, and find out more about EZ Trabajo.

 

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