Entrepreneurs aren't just born.
Experiential Entrepreneurship is a summer program designed for future entrepreneurs who want to change the world with their ideas. In this program, students learn to be an entrepreneur by being an entrepreneur. They will form teams and build a startup from an idea to a pitch in front of a panel of entrepreneurs. Along the way, they will have access to industry professionals who will provide guidance on topics such as finding and growing an audience, business planning, product development, negotiation, pitch presentations, and more. This opportunity to go from an idea to a pitch for high school students is a one of a kind experience.
Students admitted into the program will gain a comprehensive understanding of the field of entrepreneurship and will learn…
Learn to think and do like an entrepreneur by practicing skills like empathy, identifying your passions, and failing and trying again.
Explore Creativity and Innovation
Students will learn how to view the customer engagement experience from the perspective of their target market in order to build a strong brand. Activities will develop the key abilities of critical thinking and creative thinking as students create a go-to-market strategy for a venture regardless of whether that venture’s setting is a high growth start-up, a social enterprise, or a larger well-established company.
Learn and practice communicating your ideas with confidence.
Learn and build skills in understanding different points of view, negotiation, and conflict resolution.
Learn and use systems thinking skills to identify relationships, impact of change (positive and negative), and feedback loops.
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The program tuition is $1,995. This includes: program tuition, course materials, lunch daily, and limited social activities as COVID policies allow
Northeastern is a top ranking experiential research university that prides itself on academic rigor, a diverse and talented population of students and faculty, and a powerful learning model that combines the classroom experience with hands-on work experience.