Entrepreneurship allows students to test their interest in different job functions and industries, while making an impact on something real. Our school clubs program engages students in the entrepreneurial process, challenging them to build initiative, adaptability, and relationship skills necessary for their future.
Entrepreneurs have to be dedicated self-starters, so we encourage students to take the lead, guiding them with curriculum materials and trainings on how to implement these. This means no additional time out of your schedule for planning or grading—your role is to support the students as an advisor at meetings and an advocate within your school ecosystem.
We DARE students to grow through curriculum that targets 21st Century Skills and Social and Emotional Learning.
Problem-solving, risk analysis, and adaptability
78% of course activities
Self-awareness, growth mindset, and self-direction
72% of course activities
Social awareness, communication, and collaboration
91% of course activities
Initiative, drive, accountability, resilience, and grit
68% of course activities
Are you seeing demand from students at your school to have a full course in in entrepreneurship? We're here to help. Teaching entrepreneurship requires both strong curriculum as well as an understanding of how to build the right culture to promote student growth.
Our virtual and in-person teacher trainings will provide you with activities and materials that will inspire your students build entrepreneurial skills and mindset. Dates for the next course are not yet finalized. Join the waiting list to get updates.
Looking for resources to help you lead an entrepreneurship class for high school students? Check out the Unleash Your Inner Entrepreneur Workbook, available on Amazon, or enroll in our online course: Becoming an Entrepreneur.