Our Young Entrepreneur Summer Camp offers a springboard for students entering grades 7-9 interested in business, leadership and entrepreneurship. The camp will include field trips, guest speakers and business mentors. Sign up for both weeks and students will create and launch their very own business! More info here.
Register for one or both sessions at University School:
Week one: June 19-23
Week one & two: June 19-30
HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Veale Startup Week: The Business of 3D Printing includes 3D modeling and printing using MakerGear M2 printers, business planning and pitching, mentoring and coaching, and problem-solving and prototyping.
Register for one of two sessions:
Gilmour Academy: June 12-16. Register here.
Cuyahoga Falls High School: June 26-30. Call Laura Dugger to enroll at (330) 926-3808 x502108.
HELP BREAK THE CYCLE OF POVERTY IN CLEVELAND
The Innovation Mission is a ground-breaking initiative of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland in collaboration with the Cleveland Leadership Center. It is an 18-month fellowship that provides resources and support to help you turn your idea into a real-life solution to help break the cycle of poverty. You keep your job, committing at least 12 weeks over 18 months to research, develop and launch your idea. Applications will be accepted June 2 to July 17. To learn more, visit TheInnovationMission.org.
THE FAINT OF HEART NEED NOT APPLY!
StartupBus is the tech entrepreneur’s equivalent to the Navy Seal boot camp where riders are pushed beyond their limits while working to build tech startups from the confines of a coach bus. The experience is a grueling and life changing 72-hour journey. The knowledge acquired and relationships built will alter the course of your life by introducing you to StartupBus’ hyper-connected alumni community worldwide.
Ready to hop aboard? Applications are open for the 7/31-8/4 trip to New Orleans. Riders 18 and over can apply at StartupBus.com with invitation code YEI.
PROGRAM FOR KIDS AGES 10-14
Let your entrepreneurial spirit soar as you and other kids learn how to develop and launch your own new product, and create targeted marketing and design sales materials. You’ll refine your presentation, then celebrate your successful launch for our “Shark Tank” competition on the last day of camp. On field trips to start-up ventures and business incubators, you’ll see how entrepreneurs are getting to do what they love while working for themselves. There’s no ceiling on this entrepreneurial journey! More info here.
Curious about Young Entrepreneur Institute’s history?
Young Entrepreneur Institute (YEI) was founded by Greg Malkin in 2005 and launched its initial activities at University School in 2006. With the generous support of University School, community foundations and organizations, Young Entrepreneur Institute expanded beyond University School in 2008 and now has partnerships with many teachers, schools and organizations throughout the region. Most importantly, Young Entrepreneur Institute provides thousands of children with access to entrepreneurial education and experience.
Our vision: At Young Entrepreneur Institute, we believe that every child should understand and experience entrepreneurship. When children learn the tangible and intangible lessons of entrepreneurship early in life, they can see how the real world works. And by experiencing these universal lessons — such as perseverance, hard work, self-confidence, financial literacy, and problem solving – students are more prepared to succeed in whatever they choose to do. Our vision is to see that these lessons are instilled in as many students as possible.
Contact Greg Malkin at email@example.com with inquiries or consulting requests.