Teen Entrepreneur Academy
Camp Dates: July 14-19, 2013
Preparing Future Business Leaders: One-week Residential Summer Camp for High School Students at Concordia University
The challenges facing high school students and our world grow more complex every day. Our world needs fresh ideas, innovative solutions and visionary leaders who can make them happen. These leaders are entrepreneurs. America's future is dependent upon the next generation of entrepreneurs, young people with new ideas and big dreams and the tools and training necessary to realize them.
This training is available at a unique summer camp at Concordia University through our innovative Teen Entrepreneur Academy (TEA). It's never too early to teach young people the basic principles of business and entrepreneurship. TEA provides real-world business training that helps teenagers become leaders with ethics and integrity. In one-week, TEA will teach the principles and practices of entrepreneurship.
Students learn how to realize the business ideas or the passion in their hearts for business that the Lord has given them. Concordia's business instructor and entrepreneur catalyst Stephen Christensen along with other business faculty and successful business leaders provide training. Student teams will write business plans and learn best business practices and biblical principles for starting a business. TEA is limited to 50 high school students. Investment is $495 for living on campus for the week including room, board, books, field trips and classes. Register Now. Questions, call 949-214-3198 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just signed up my son! This program is a breath of fresh air.
Dung Trinh, MD, The Barnabas Group
Teen Entrepreneur Academy Founder Nominated for Prestigious Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award
Stephen Christensen, founder of the TEA summer program was one of the nominees for the prestigious “Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award,” taking place March 23, 2013. Read More.