The Young Entrepreneurs Bootcamp is designed for students to delve into the world of entrepreneurship, crafting their own business ideas and plans.
Students will use the card game “Fiero!” from Press Start Academy and actively incorporate design thinking principles to identify target users, design innovative solutions, create prototypes, and refine their elevator pitch for our Dragon's Den event.
Prepare your child for success in today's business landscape through Young Entrepreneurs Bootcamp, a unique educational journey fostering creativity, critical thinking, and business acumen.
Identify opportunities, generate ideas, and bring ideas to life.
Create innovative, implementable solutions for real problems via a structured, human-centered approach.
Present professionally, articulate clearly, and tell compelling stories.
Take initiative, and work with others towards a shared outcome.
We run programs at our studio in Central or on campus at our various partner schools such as Stamford American School of Hong Kong, American International School, Canadian International School, DSC International School of Canada, and various others through our after-school or holiday program offerings.
For our beginners-level English programs, an A2 CEFR (Elementary) level of English (or equivalent) is required so that we can provide the best learning experience possible for your child. We are happy to provide assistance to help place your child in our programs. Please reach out for a chat!
Please reach out to our team, and we will try our best to work something out!
Yes, we provide certifications upon completion of our programs which validate the skills and knowledge acquired throughout the program, serving as a valuable credential for further educational pursuits.
All of our programs are conducted in English.
In order to ensure world-class academic outcomes, we reference and align our curriculum with international standards including the Primary and Middle Years Programs (International Baccalaureate), the International Primary and Middle Years Curriculum (Fieldwork Education), and the Cambridge Primary English Curriculum Framework.