Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page. They share more than a few enviable accomplishments. They’re billionaires, they made their fortunes in tech and they started their business while they were still students. However, you slice it, they are all living proof that you don’t have to wait until after graduation to launch your own business.
We help students plan for their lives after school/graduation, develop entrepreneurial instincts, and define a clear plan and steps needed to successfully bootstrap a business from dorm room. The content is adapted directly from the entrepreneurship leadership materials that are used worldwide.
Great ideas are worth exploring and we strive to be a place where those ideas and the people who conceive them can prosper.
What’s in it for college students and business?
Program will help students develop a life path that will be rewarding not only financially, but also in terms of developing life skills such as negotiations, project management, time management, resilience and imagination.
Entrepreneurship is the most personal way to achieve success in life. Students learn how to solve world problems and make good decisions at work and in life. With a unique focus on young learners, the student entrepreneurship program has been consistently proven to liberate the entrepreneur in every student or young person — regardless of age and experience. Packed with an array of techniques, proven strategies, inspiring case studies, and hands-on tools for our program guides the today’s students to be tomorrow’s disrupters
Benefits for Students
This gives students an advantage that many of us have never had when we were in school. Students will learn how to:
1. Find their unique talents, skills & abilities based on their passions
2. Seek new big ideas and realize them
3. Become critical thinkers
4. Develop networking skills
5. Have an idea about their long term and short term goals of life.
Benefits to Teachers/Administrators
Add a new dimension to studies. We help institutions create a unique startup culture within campus and a network of teachers who can act as mentors to inspire students to change the world with their ideas.