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NCAIS- Entrepreneurial Education Presentation

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Soren Peterson

on 3 October 2012

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Who am I? Amanda Antico-Majkowski, Ed. D Consultant and Entrepreneur
Faculty Member
Non-profit Professional
Mom What is the most entrepreneurial thing you have done this week? What is an Entrepreneur? Creative Risk taker passionate What are the characteristics of an entrepreneurial facilitator? Why is entrepreneurship important? Accelerates economic growth Promotes capital formation and creates wealth Reduces unemployment and poverty Pathway to prosperity Primary School Secondary School College Dream Job December 2007 - December 2009 8,363,000 American jobs lost 6.1% of total jobs December 2010 1,124,000 American jobs recovered 0.9% of total jobs At what cost? $4.6 trillion in bailouts $4,000,000 spent for each job created 9.1% of Americans are unemployed, and even more are underemployed "Millennials are no longer beneficiaries of the hand-out, resume-driven society of old. Boomers and Gen Xers need to stop training Gen Y to believe that the mantra of ‘work hard, get good grades, go to school and get a job’ that they were told to buy into, is alive and well. It’s not — it’s dead — and now it needs to be buried for good." - Donna Finn "Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein Entrepreneurial Education Harvard Duke NYU Stanford Christopher Gergen and Durham Public Schools NC REAL Enterprises The primary goal of the REAL Youth Entrepreneurship Camp is to introduce entrepreneurship as a viable career option to youth in their local communities. Through community asset identification, youth will identify opportunities for small business ventures. As a member of a team, each team will go through the business planning process to create and implement a business plan. Ridgeview is a non-traditional K-12 charter school located in Fort Collins, CO that strives to deliver a classical education for modern times. They are a relatively small school capped at 60 students per grade. Only eight years after their opening, Ridgeview was ranked as the 15th best high school and 4th best open enrollment charter school in the nation by US News World Report (2008). The mission of Ridgeview is to develop the academic potential and personal character of each student through academically rigorous, content-rich educational programs.

http://www.ridgeviewclassical.com/ Understand Remember Apply Analyze (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr Create (cc) photo by twicepix on Flickr Evaluate An entrepreneurial education helps students discover their passions, embrace their creativity and reach for the stars. Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Make Learning Relevent Traditional Education Traditional Education Entrepreneurial Education Entrepreneurial Education How do we mobilize the unemployed, underemployed, and poverty stricken people? Two Tools Babson George
Mason Maricopa Compass Partners Rising Tide Capital, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in Jersey City, NJ whose Mission is to assist struggling entrepreneurs and communities to build strong businesses that transform lives, strengthen families and create vibrant, sustainable neighborhoods.

Our Vision is to build a replicable model for high-quality entrepreneurial development services that can be locally adopted in other low-wealth communities and used as a catalyst for social and economic empowerment.

http://www.risingtidecapital.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=124&Itemid=86 "To be a successful entrepreneur, think like a child"
-Rich Lazzara The Federal Government and Entrepreneurial Education:
Investing in Innovation Fund (i3) http://www2.ed.gov/programs/innovation/awards.html Are we really there? NO http://compassfellows.org/about/ Which staircase would you rather take? http://www.thefuntheory.com/ I AM... The business of entrepreneurship is the business of sharing What creates the need for entrepreneurial education? Changes in market structure Changes in expectations New Knowledge Reallocation of resources What are the current entrepreneurial approaches to education? School Building Tool Building Model and Conditions: http://www.2revolutions.net/services
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