Kid Entrepreneur Academy
If you are the parents of a kid (grades 5-8) who is interested in business, then this one-week summer day camp is a fun essential learning activity! KEA helps kids develop the business skills that will make them smart, savvy and successful in all areas of their lives.
Topics Covered Include:
- Characteristics of successful entrepreneurs
- How a business operates and makes money
- Preparing a business budget
- Investing, interest, and stocks
- Steps to starting their own business
- How to market and sell their product or service
Participants compete to win a $350 prize for the best business plan made during camp! KEA investment is $495 per child and includes lunch, snacks, and academy T-shirt. Camp runs July 23-27. Financial aid available.
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Teen Entrepreneur Academy
This week-long overnight camp teaches high school students real-world entrepreneurship, best business practices, principles of free enterprise and how to start and launch their own business. The team with the best start-up business plan wins $1,500!
TEA investment is $1,250 and includes room, board, books, field trips and classes. Camp runs July 22-28. Financial aid available.
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If you have any questions about Concordia University’s Kid and Teen Entrepreneur Academy, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
1530 Concordia West, Irvine