Summer Program

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A startup bootcamp for young entrepreneurs

The Entrepreneurial Ventures Summer Program is a partnership between Horn Entrepreneurship and Schoolyard Ventures, an organization that develops university-level learning opportunities for ambitious high school students. This eight week virtual program gives students a taste of real-world entrepreneurship via the process of launching their own businesses or non-profits. The program features small class sizes (6 students per cohort) with a strong focus on one-on-one personalized support and guidance. Students will also engage with University of Delaware student entrepreneurs and innovation-focused faculty as well as earn a college credit from the University of Delaware (additional fee).

, to create a high impact opportunity for a select cohort of ambitious high school students as they prepare to launch their ventures. This intensive two-week camp, hosted on the University of Delaware campus, provides engagement between high school students, University of Delaware student entrepreneurs and innovation-oriented faculty. Participants graduate from the camp with a launch plan, resources and a network of like-minded peers.   Students who participate in the program have the option to receive one college credit from the University of Delaware.

This program is eligible to students in grades 8, 9, 10, and 11.

 


Program Highlights

Identify and solve real-world problems.

Develop a plan for launching a venture.

Build the skills and mindset of successful entrepreneurs.

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Program Details

Dates and Location

June 15 - August 9, 2020
Virtual

Registration

Early Decision Application Deadline: May 7, 2020
Regular Decision Application Deadline: June 1, 2020

Tuition

$1695

For an additional $295, students can opt to receive one college credit from the University of Delaware.

Once our students embrace their identity as entrepreneurs who are able to make a positive impact on others, they more rapidly initiate change. They go back home to address challenges in their communities, and they take an increasingly proactive approach to create their own futures.

Scott Aronow Schoolyard Ventures Summer Program Director

Once our students embrace their identity as entrepreneurs who are able to make a positive impact on others, they more rapidly initiate change. They go back home to address challenges in their communities, and they take an increasingly proactive approach to create their own futures.

Scott Aronow Schoolyard Ventures Summer Program Director

Learn More

For any questions, contact Rich Sedmak of Schoolyard Ventures.

rich@schoolyardventures.com | 267-481-1696