Do you know teens who have interesting ideas about hot to improve a product or service? Do they want to be a part of a team that creates a real business? If so, encourage them to participate in the One-Week Startup Teen ABQ Program at Bosque School this summer (July 13-17-2015).
This week will begin with presentations from Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry, Albuquerque Economic Development Director Gary Oppedahl, and other local entrepreneurs and professionals speaking on topics including; researching an idea, intellectual property laws, business canvas models, technology, and graphic design. Beginning on Wednesday, students will pitch ideas, form teams, and build a business model. Final presentations will take place on Friday, July 17 at 5:00 pm. in front a of a panel of judges and parents.
See what it is all about! Check out the video from the Startup TEEN Weekend in February. https://t.co/zD4v8DRoj2
Two Sections Open: 6th-8th Grade and 9th-12th Grade
The City of Albuquerque has generously provided 11 scholarships for students to participate. These are going fast. The course is $295. If you know of a student who could use a need-based scholarship to attend this exciting week, please contact Marisa Gay at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, view the Bosque Summer catalog at http://www.ultracamp.com/info/upcomingsessions.aspx?idCamp=528&campCode=bsc