Subject: We Teach Students to Think Outside the Box – Young Entrepreneurs Summer Program

Subject: We Teach Students to Think Outside the Box – Young Entrepreneurs Summer Program

Is your child’s school teaches them everything they need to transform their talents into profitable careers and businesses?

It doesn’t matter whether your child wants to be

an athlete, an architect, or an artist…
a banker, a baker, or a ballerina…
a chef, a CEO, or a computer scientist…

learning the ABCs of entrepreneurship will help your child be a Game-Changing leader!

Space in this program is limited and goes fast, ENROLL TODAY!

Groza Young Entrepreneurs Summer Program is an unforgettable program that will take your child outside of the box and provide them with skills to think critically, manage their time, solve complex problems, and contribute positively to the world around them.

Young Entrepreneurs is designed to build your child’s confidence through challenges and teamwork. In this collaborative program, your child will meet like-minded peers who are all focused on creating positive change in the world.

We teach our campers how to connect with individuals from all walks of life, take risks, embrace change, create a vision board, learn public speaking skills, become innovators in their field, get involved with charities that matter most to them—and more!

The best part? They’ll come home with the tools they need to own their future and go after their dreams!

Here is a snapshot of this innovative, six-week program:

Week 1: Failure Is Not An Option

Failure and success are closely related, as one can often lead to the other. To become a game-changing leader, it is important to understand the power of failure and how to use it as a learning opportunity rather than becoming discouraged by it. 

The Japanese proverb “Nana korobi ya oki,” which means “fall down seven times and get up eight,” emphasizes the importance of perseverance in the face of failure. We shouldn’t give up after one or two failures—we should keep trying over and over again until we succeed.

A successful entrepreneur possesses certain characteristics, such as determination, creativity, and the ability to adapt to change. Taught by qualified professionals, we’ll teach your child how to identify the characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. They’ll learn about the qualities that make entrepreneurs thrive, like patience, time management, resilience, and more.

Week 2: Thinking Outside the Box – Entrepreneurship

Have you ever dreamed of being your own boss? In this summer program, students can get the training to make that dream come true.

Young Entrepreneurs will learn how to start a business from scratch, how to negotiate with investors, how to develop a strong brand identity, and more. By the end of the program, students will have gained real-world experience in all the major areas of starting a new business.

We teach them all the advantages and disadvantages of entrepreneurship and give them hands-on experience with launching their own businesses. Our students get real-world exposure to how business works in an environment where they can feel safe taking risks and learning from their mistakes.

Week 3: Marketing and Communication

To succeed in business, it is essential to understand the concepts, processes, and systems needed to determine and satisfy customer needs, wants, and expectations. This includes identifying the target market for their potential business and understanding the  4 P’s of marketing: product, price, place, and promotion.

Young Entrepreneurs will learn about website development and social media as important tools for promoting and growing a business. 

To improve communication skills, students will practice effectively communicating with their customers, team members, and other stakeholders. By understanding these concepts and implementing them in their business endeavors, students can increase their chances of success.

Week 4: Financial Literacy

In this section, students will understand the difference between needs and wants and how to apply this understanding to personal money management. They will learn about the various financial concepts and tools used in making business decisions, as well as the secrets of millionaires and how to apply these strategies in their own financial planning. 

The students will be introduced to various forms of financial exchange, such as cash, credit, and debit, and will learn how to manage their money effectively through personal money management concepts, procedures, and strategies.

Young entrepreneurs will learn how to make financial decisions by systematically considering alternatives and consequences, which will help them take responsibility for their personal financial decisions.  

This summer program will help students understand personal money-management concepts, procedures, and strategies. We know that this is an area where many young people often struggle—and we want to help them understand finances as soon as possible.

Week 5: Ideas in Action – Business Plan

Young entrepreneurs will gain a thorough understanding of the importance of a business plan and its role in the success of a business. They will learn about the various parts that make up a comprehensive business plan, including the executive summary, market analysis, target audience, product or service offering, marketing strategy, and financial projections. 

By the end of this session, students will have the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and execute a successful business plan and will be well-equipped to take the first steps toward turning their entrepreneurial dreams into reality.

Week 6: Effective Presentation Skills

Students will learn how to effectively pitch their business ideas to investors. This skill is crucial for entrepreneurs seeking investors, as it allows them to present their ideas clearly and compellingly and persuade potential investors to support their business. 

Students will create a PowerPoint presentation for their business, which will serve as a visual aid for their pitch. In addition to learning about the content that should be included in their presentation, such as a summary of their business plan and financial projections, students will also learn about presentation skills, such as how to effectively use body language, eye contact, and vocal inflection to engage their audience and convey their message. 

These are important skills to learn as the ability to present effectively is crucial for many jobs, from sales to management.