The Liberia Entrepreneur Educational Foundation is a non-profit and aims at responding to the needs of socio-economic development in Liberia through the implementation of a community-based integrated education targeting school going children and young adolescent of Liberia. According to the UNICEF, the right to education is denied to more than 59 million children worldwide. Sub-Saharan Africa accounts for more than one-half of children, not in school. Fifty-five percent of these totals are girls, and 36 % of all out-of-school children live in countries affected by arm conflicts. With low to extremely low literacy rate and high unemployment rate in Liberia, this project will respond to the problem in many ways, some of which are: the provision of a sustainable, affordable and quality education. This project intends to empower through education, thus raising a generation of entrepreneurs and creating jobs for themselves and others. With the growing demand for educational and employment opportunities, our proposed model, the technical and vocational education training is a response to these problems. To date, there are fewer schools in the Johnsonville community that offers quality education. This project intends to help change this situation and will work with other schools to improve the conditions for children who are attending schools in the nearby communities. By improving the education in Johnsonville, the proposed intervention will expand the capacity of the country to maximize the utilization of its resources without relying on much external expertise. This project will lead to the development and future advancement for the country. This project will also provide mechanisms and start-up strategies to students from the technical and vocational educational training program.