These Teens Mean Busines$ Course (Gr. 9-12)

Provided by
CEOs of Tomorrow, Inc

Dual Credits - Course
Looking for a fun and meaning way to spend the summer? In this introductory business class, teens learn what it takes to plan and launch their own social enterprise, or a business created to benefit society by finding solutions to social, cultural or environmental problems. Teens also develop a basic understanding of business principles including management, business finance, marketing, and other foundational business concepts transferable to other subjects. The course concludes with students applying business concepts learned to organizing and launching a 1-day social venture. Teens successfully completing the course will earn 3 college and .5 high school credits!!

Don't miss out on this engaging summer social entrepreneur opportunity for teens!

What will you do?

  • Meet and learn from local entrepreneurs!
  • Design a group-business that uses your talents AND improves society!
  • Interview potential customers to improve your business concept!
  • Open and operate the class business or new event! 

Please visit website for course details.
 

CEOs of Tomorrow, Inc. provides need-based scholarships and award amounts vary based on household combined annual income. Contact us at 608-298-6949 for more information and to request a scholarship application. Payment plans are also available for all families, if needed.
Registration opens March 1. Space is limited.
Madison College is wheelchair accessible.
We Believe in ALL Children! The policy and intent of CEOs of Tomorrow, Inc. is to provide equal opportunity for all youth regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, family composition, sexual orientation, gender, income, disability, and any other status protected under federal, state, or local laws. We promote respect and welcome and value diversity.

Locations: 

  • Madison College: Truax Campus , 1701 Wright St., Madison, WI 53704

Website: 

Contact

Roxie Hentz, PhD
(608) 298-6949
rhentz@CEOsOfTomorrow.com
Quick Details: 
Grades/Ages Served: 
Grade 9 (ages 14 to 15)Grade 10 (ages 15 to 16)Grade 11 (ages 16 to 17)Grade 12 (ages 17 to 20)
Time of Day Offered: 
Partial Day
Time of Year Offered: 
Summer
Day(s) of Week Offered: 
MondayWednesdayFriday
Program Type: 
College ExplorationLeadership Development and Civic EngagementYouth Employment / Internships
Free Program: 
No
Financial Assistance Available: 
Yes
Registration Required: 
Yes
ADA Accessible Location(s): 
Yes
Services for Children with Disabilities: 
Yes
Transportation Provided: 
No
Bilingual Services: 
No
Last updated: 
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 8:36am