Designed to guide middle and high school female students through launching and running their own real businesses or social movements, Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child this summer will debut the ‘Young Entrepreneurs Academy for Women’, a four-week program that will begin July 16 and run through August 9.
Applications are now being accepted through May 1. For more information, to apply or nominate a student that would thrive in this program, visit oakknoll.org, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 908-522-8186.
Open to female students rising to grades 7-12, the program offers students the opportunity to generate their own business ideas, conduct market research, write business plans, make a pitch to a panel of investors, get real funding and launch their own companies.
On Oak Knoll’s campus in Summit for summer 2018, the program — as seen on ABC’s “Shark Tank” and “Good Morning America,” as well as in USA Today and the New York Times — will also enable students to meet legendary entrepreneurs and learn from dynamic business leaders.