First Semester and Second Semester
Entrepreneurship 12 focuses on active, experiential learning and on developing the attitudes, skills, and knowledge required to meet the many opportunities and challenges of being an entrepreneur. The course comprises three components: action, theory, and business planning.
Students apply what they learn to organize, operate, and manage activities/ventures in four strategic areas: School-based activities, Business venture(s), Community-based learning, and Mentoring. In addition to classroom time, students are expected to complete a minimum of 50 hours of entrepreneurial activities outside the classroom.
Course Additional Information
No additional materials.
Laptop or desktop device with Windows, Mac, or Chrome OS. Webcam and headset with microphone. Access to Google Workspace for Education (GNSPES/SEPNE) or other productivity software.