Young Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow is a 12-week program that teaches students about how to create their own business.
Our curriculum is targeted towards elementary and middle school students, as they are the ones who lack these kinds of opportunities in school. In each Zoom class, the lesson plan will be taught for the first 15 minutes. For the other 45 minutes, students will be divided into teams and work together to implement the lesson to grow their business. The lesson plan consists of problem-solving, brainstorming, marketing, developing a prototype, identifying marketing strategies, and creating a pitch deck. After 10 weeks of lessons and preparation, students will pitch their idea in two separate rounds. The first round is local, where one team will be selected from each class. The second round is final, where the three teams with the best ideas will be awarded prizes and awards.
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Two-time USAJMO qualifier and high school junior Karthik Seetharaman is now offering on-demand competitive math private/small group tutoring for middle to high school students! Students are taught in groups of up to 4 for competitions such as the MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, AMC 10, and AIME.
This workshop is full at the moment; stay tuned for when more spots open up!
No science workshops are currently scheduled at the moment.