University Accredited - High School Entrepreneurship Course
Entrepreneurship and innovation have become the drivers of transformative change. It now impacts careers and one's mindset that has transformed age-old industries and challenge status-quo.
This course is an Interactive & immersive 15 hour (plus assignments) workshop especially designed for High School students to introduce key concepts in innovative and entrepreneurial thinking and methods, Silicon Valley style and to inspire, inform, and engage young minds.
High School students seeking to understand what is innovation and what it takes to create or work in start-ups, would benefit from a practical knowledge of this course.
Here are the introductory topics we will cover:
Introduction to Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Thinking like an entrepreneur
Identifying a problem
Solving a problem and defining a value proposition
Building a product using the LEAN method
Identifying your target market
Developing a go-to-market strategy
Determining your business model
Building a team and splitting equity
Creating basic financial plan
Raising money - fundamentals
Telling a story in 4 mins
Incorporating social impact in your company
In this introductory workshop, you will through entire process of starting a startup Silicon Valley style
A University Accredited Credit Course
Dates: April 1, 2 , 2019
Time: 8.30 am - 5 pm
Location: Serenity, 2440 Camino Ramon, Suite 120, San Ramon
What they say
As a high schooler, Thinktomi’s Entrepreneur Playbook provided me with a real world experience on how to take an idea and make it solid enough to present in front of an investor. I would strongly recommend this course to any aspiring entrepreneurs
Jay Krishnasamy, Dougherty Valley HS, Univ of Washington
Over the course we developed our business idea as a team and continuously refined it. We also improved our pitches to be presented to a VC. I learned so many new things
Ishmael Rico, San Leandro HS, Co-Founder TIEIN
I enjoyed The Entrepreneur's Playbook mainly because it was a practitioner's teaching approach. You build a toolkit with a new perspective and motivation to innovate change for tomorrow.
Timothy Perez, San Leandro HS. Temple University