Provided byUW-Madison Small Business Development Center
The UW-Madison SBDC Youth Entrepreneurship Camp is a commuter day camp for middle-school aged kids held at Grainger Hall (975 University Avenue) from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, June 17-21, 2019. The camp incorporates a variety of interactive activities, classroom learning, hands-on computer use, simulations, an apprentice style lemonade stand competition and field trips to local businesses. The Youth Entrepreneurship Camp is a hands-on learning experience designed to guide program participants in becoming the owner of a real small business.
Participants will learn real world business skills: team building, leadership development, financial management, verbal communication, and business etiquette through interactive lessons and exercises. Participants also learn how to successfully negotiate for business materials, set goals, and recognize real business opportunities.
Program Director is Julie Wood; For more information and scholarship information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-263-9675.
Camp is for kids currently in Grades 6, 7 or 8.
Scholarships: This camp is available for scholarship through the DPI Minority Scholarship program and the SBDC for low income families.