|Program:||Minnesota Business Venture|
|Address:||7100 Northland Circle N, Suite 120|
|Brooklyn Park, MN 55428|
|Curricular area:||Social Science|
|Grades Served:||9 , 10 , 11|
Minnesota Business Venture Goals: Students will develop workforce readiness skills including teamwork, communication and networking. Students will gain a better understanding of how to manage their personal finances. Students will become more motivated to take steps to achieve success in the future.
Minnesota Business Venture Objectives: At least 90% of students will report that they have increased their workforce readiness skills including teamwork, communication, and networking. At least 90% of students will report that they have gained a better understanding of how to manage their personal finances. At least 90% of students will report feeling more motivated to take steps to achieve success in the future.
Business people become the MBV faculty, called Resident Business Leaders, sharing their knowledge and business skills with the future workforce. Throughout the three-day session, students and business mentors attend breakout presentations on career opportunities, college admissions, entrepreneurship, ethics, buying your first car and insurance. They participate in activities such as a mock interview, scavenger hunt, and sessions to develop financial literacy skills. A business simulation exercise is the core project for students, where they focus on roles in the areas of marketing, finance or operations to create and develop a product or service that they then present to a panel of business plan judges.
The Minnesota Business Venture curriculum has been developed and will continue to be refined annually by the Advisory Committee, which is comprised of business professionals from top companies in Minnesota.
July 13-15, 2020; July 27-29; we offer two, three-day sessions.
Can students reside on campus? No
Can students commute to campus? No
Can students take online classes? Yes