From Idea to Action

A business concept curriculum

This session introduces the Diamond Challenge and provides some tips for success.

This session addresses two general questions: what is entrepreneurship and what does it mean to be an entrepreneur?

This session highlights the idea that opportunities are everywhere and discusses how we can learn to recognize them and begin to think like an entrepreneur.

This video is about identifying the best opportunities for your time-your most valuable resource.

This session dispels the myth that some people just aren’t creative and discusses how to generate new ideas.

This session discusses six different types of entrepreneurial businesses and the goals and characteristics associated with each type.

This session introduces the basic idea of starting with hypotheses about the customer, problem, and solution and gathering evidence to test these hypotheses.

This session introduces the notion that a business can be deconstructed into basic parts and built one piece at a time.

This session focuses on critical questions that need to be answered to begin the customer discovery process.

This session discuss a powerful tool for gathering evidence – customer discovery interviewing.

This video focuses on the process of developing a viable solution by developing solution hypotheses and a compelling unique value proposition.

This video discusses how to use interviewing, minimum viable products and simple experiments to test your ideas about the solution and its unique value proposition.

This session addresses the fundamental concepts of unit cost, unit revenue, and unit margin to illustrate how businesses make money.

This session addresses how to write a compelling description of a business concept and deliver a persuasive pitch.

This session addresses how to write a compelling description of a business concept and deliver a persuasive pitch

Venturing for Good

A social innovation curriculum

This session introduces the Diamond Challenge and provides some tips for success.

This session addresses two general questions: what is social entrepreneurship and what does it mean to be an entrepreneur?

This session highlights the idea that opportunities are everywhere and discusses how we can learn to recognize them and begin to think like an entrepreneur.

This session delves deeper into how to turn the wicket problem into a solvable problem with feasible solutions.

This video is about generating and screening solutions to social problems.

This video is about using the social impact canvas.

This video highlights the special challenges social entrepreneurs encounter in developing impact models wherein beneficiaries are distinct from payers.

dual enrollment opportunities

COLLEGE CREDIT – DUAL ENROLLMENT

The Diamond Challenge curriculum structure enables students to earn both high school credit and University credit if they so choose.

SPECIAL TUITION RATES AND SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

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Educator Programs

Research cited by the World Economic Forum recently indicated that 65% of children entering primary school today will end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist. Come explore what this means for education and learn how to integrate concepts and activities into your classroom that can help prepare students to successfully adapt to change.

NIE 

Network for Innovative Educators

 

PIE

Program for Innovative Educators

PIES

Program for Innovative Educators in Science

PTE

Program for Teaching Entrepreneurship

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