K-12 Programs

Spark Passion in Students

Horn Entrepreneurship’s youth programming sparks passions in high school students around the world and inspires them to put their ideas into action. This programming also empowers K-12 educators to infuse their classrooms with creativity, design-thinking, passion, leadership and entrepreneurship.

Engaged

1800 Educators

from

18 Countries

Engaged

155+ high schools

around the globe

 

Created a Network of

60+ 

National & International

Organizations

So often we are told that we teenagers are the future... but why can't we be the present as well? Diamond Challenge provides that platform for us teenagers to actually make a difference... right now.

Michael Chen Newark Charter, Class of 2019

So often we are told that we teenagers are the future... but why can't we be the present as well? Diamond Challenge provides that platform for us teenagers to actually make a difference... right now.

Michael Chen Newark Charter, Class of 2019

Horn Youth Initiative

At its founding in 2012, Horn Entrepreneurship launched a youth initiative to address major gaps in secondary entrepreneurship education. At the time, most existing youth programs focused on small business management. In contrast, the Horn youth initiative has been built to focus on unleashing creativity, encouraging a mindset of abundance and self-determination, and promoting purposeful entrepreneurial action.

Educators

Teens

  • Maggie Nelson

    Meet Maggie Nelson

    June 22, 2022 | Written by Horn Entrepreneurship
    Meet University of Delaware alumna Maggie Nelson, class of 2022, the lead of Diamond Challenge - a global youth entrepreneurship competition.
  • 2022 Diamond Challenge Summit: Back in Person with Greater Impact

    April 27, 2022 | Written by Horn Entrepreneurship
    The Diamond Challenge, an entrepreneurship competition for high school students from around the world, recently concluded its three-day Summit from April 21 - 23, 2022.
  • EntreX Lab Venture Showcase 2022

    March 17, 2022 | Written by John Wasdin
    On March 4, teams of high school entrepreneurs met up at Clayton Hall, University of Delaware to participate in a head to head pitch event.