Entrepreneurship 101 for Homeschool

One-semester (15-week) course built for middle or high school students that helps them design, launch, and run a real business! 

The course contains approximately 40 minutes of video per week for middle school and 50 minutes per week for high school, in addition to the supplemental resources and activities, as well as the students working on their entrepreneurial venture in response to the videos.

What You Get

After purchase you will receive a login to our online course (if you select the co-op option, you will get your first login delivered via email and we will reach out separately to ask for the other email addresses that will need logins to the course) where all of the training is located.

The course is arranged into 15 week segments, and each week contains foundational pre-recorded videos guiding the entrepreneur through steps A-Z of starting their first business, as well as additional resources for each week which could include worksheets, supplemental videos, our video podcast specifically made for student entrepreneurs, and more. 

Entrepreneurship 101 helps students design, build, launch, and run their first small business, generating sales from friends and family and having a fully functional business that is ready to scale in our Entrepreneurship 201 course.

See the course syllabi here.

Each license is for a 6-month usage period of the course.

Here is a 9-minute walkthrough of the backend of the course: 

A Course You Can Trust

Our entrepreneurship courses are used in over 100 schools across the country, and we have helped literally thousands of students successfully start and run their first small business. We're endorsed by Baylor University's top ranked entrepreneurship program, and we're entrepreneurs ourselves.

After starting dozens of businesses and teaching others how to do it, we've boiled down the necessary steps into a repeatable framework that is now in our entrepreneurship courses here at Boss Club. We've done (and are doing!) what we are teaching. 

Questions

Have additional questions? Reach out on our contact page and we'd be glad to help.

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