Cornell University
Jul
14
to Jul 25

Cornell University

Cornell University

  • Grade 10 & 11. 

  • Business – Investment, Entrepreneurship, Architecture

  • Team Based Project: Business Entrepreneurship Challenge.

  • Taught: Architecture, Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship, Impact of Urban Development on Community, Raising Capital to Fund Investments, Technology.

  • StepShow, Kickbacks, Cookouts, Travel to NYC.

  • College Tour, SAT Prep, College Essay Writing, Resume Setup, Linked-In Profile.

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About Cornell University:

  • Private – Ivy League – Most Competitive

  • Large School 14,907 undergrads.

  • Located in Rural, Ithaca, NY.

  • 14% Admissions Rate.

  • Popular majors include Agriculture & Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering & Architecture. 

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University of Miami
Jul
21
to Aug 1

University of Miami

University of Miami

  • Grade 10 & 11. 

  • Business – Technology, Entrepreneurship

  • Team Based Project: Develop Miami’s Next Top Notch Beachfront Business

  • Taught: Entrepreneurship – How to start your own business, Technology, Investment, Architecture.

  • StepShow, Kickbacks on Beach, Cookouts, Tour Miami. 

  • College Tour, SAT Prep, College Essay Writing, Resume Setup, Linked-In Profile.

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About University of Miami:

  • Private – Competitive

  • Medium School 10,000 undergrads.

  • Located in Suburban, Coral Gables, FL.

  • 38% Admissions Rate.

  • Popular majors include Business/Finance, Nursing, Economics, Computer Science.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jul
21
to Aug 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Grade 10 & 11. 

  • Technology, Entrepreneurship

  • Team Based Project: Technology and the future of Urban Development.  

  • Taught: Entrepreneurship – How to start your own software technology business for urban development.

  • StepShow, Kickbacks, Cookouts, Tour Boston. 

  • College Tour, SAT Prep, College Essay Writing, Resume Setup, Linked-In Profile.

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About MIT:

  • Private – Extremely Competitive

  • Small School 4,500 undergrads.

  • Located in Urban, Cambridge MA.

  • 7% Admissions Rate.

  • Popular majors include: Computer Science, Mech Engineering, Mathematics.

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University of Denver
Jul
29
to Aug 8

University of Denver

University of Denver

Teen Entrepreneurship Challenge

  • Grade 10 & 11.  For Colorado Residents ONLY. 

  • GPA = 3.0 (on 4.0 Scale)

Learn 4 Essentials of Starting Your Own Business

1) Entrepreneurship: Learn how to set up a business with entrepreneurship training

2) Developing a Foundation: Using technology, research, data analysis and finance

3) Building The Story: Establish your companies unique brand in the marketplace

4) Communication: Implement digital and offline marketing strategy to reach target customer

  • Team Competition – Establish New Business Idea for Denver’s re-development of the 5-Points Area.

  • Learn What It Really Takes to Thrive In College: understanding - angst, anxiety, socio-emotional well-being, essay writing, resume preparation, creating Linked-In prof. profile. 

  • ENJOY!: Field Trips – Mountain Resorts, Ice-Skating, Swimming, StepShow, BBQ’s, Sports, Horse-back Riding, Kickbacks.

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About University of Denver:

  • Private – Competitive

  • Small School 5,300 undergrads.

  • Located in Urban, Denver CO.

  • 53% Admissions Rate.

  • Popular majors include: Finance, Psychology, International Relations.

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Roosevelt University
Jun
23
to Jul 3

Roosevelt University

Roosevelt University

  • Grade 10 & 11. 

  • Business Entrepreneurship & Technology

  • Team Based Project: What Does it Take to Develop a Commercial Entertainment Complex in Chicago?

  • Taught: Urban Development, Entrepreneurship – How to Start Your Own Business. Technology, Investment, Architecture.

  • StepShow, Lake Front Cookouts, Site Visits.

  • College Tour, SAT Prep, College Essay Writing, Resume Setup, Linked-In Profile.

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About Roosevelt University

  • Private – Less Competitive

  • Small School just 2,268 undergrads.

  • Located in Downtown Skyscraper, Chicago, Ill.

  • 73% Admissions Rate.

  • Popular majors include Psychology, Biology, and Hospitality and Tourism Management.

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University of Washington
Nov
10
to Nov 12

University of Washington

Two-Day experience on learning about AI. What is it? How does it work? How do we apply it? You’ll be spending your weekend at the University of Washington developing a unique workspace using your imagination and technological skills!

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New York City
Jul
8
to Jul 19

New York City

Welcome to “THE City” …. New York City!  Are you interested in learning how millions of dollars are made by business entrepreneurs who are the architects, designers, developers, and urban planners of this massive real estate empire?  Are you interested in becoming a brick-n-mortar or web-based entrepreneur? 

Then join us in the big city of New York for a couple of weeks in early July! 

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Villanova University
Jul
8
to Jul 20

Villanova University

Are you curious about how cities and professional sports teams collaborate to design, engineer, market and construct entertainment venues?  Are you interested in running your own business someday?

If so, come spend a couple of weeks at Villanova University where we will develop your knowledge of what it takes to be a successful business entrepreneur. 

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Georgia State University
Jul
8
to Jul 19

Georgia State University

Atlanta is the hotbed for diverse entrepreneurs who are redefining how we live, work and play in the cities of tomorrow. Are you interested in how to start your own business either on the web or a brick-n-mortar shop? Do you want to better understand why major corporations like Porsche choose to anchor their business interests in cities like Atlanta?

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(Beta) Pennstate University
Jul
24
to Aug 5

(Beta) Pennstate University

  • Location: Lehigh Valley Campus (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

During the Teen Entrepreneurship Summer Challenge, students were exposed to programming and to successful entrepreneurs in an effort to instill an entrepreneurial mindset. Students reflected on what they learned and what they took away from the experiences during the two-week program.

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(Alpha) Hampton University
Jul
12
to Jul 24

(Alpha) Hampton University

  • Location: Hampton University, Hampton VA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hampton University's Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications is the home of "Dream Digital," an exciting new summer program for high school students interested in digital platforms such as mobile apps, video games and social media.

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