There are certainly plenty of options for students to pursue an education in social entrepreneurship at the college level, and now a new program will give high school students the business skills to solve the world’s most pressing issues.
Summerfuel, which provides educational summer programs for high school students, has announced the launch of new social entrepreneurship programs today.
The curriculum will be hosted on the campuses of Yale and Stanford, and will incorporate case studies, hands-on experience, business skills workshops, and guest speakers, not unlike the programs offered at each institution for college students.
The program is open to students from grade 9 through to grade 12. Students will reside on their respective campuses and, for the duration of the three-week program, have an early taste of college.
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