Growing the next generation of entrepreneurs is vital if our region is going to continue to prosper and Gary Schoeniger and his partners at the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative Foundation (ELIF) has a plan on how to help — teach entrepreneurship skills to high school students.
ELIF announced today its plan to sign up high schools to offer the ELIF curriculum that Schoeniger and others are developing off of earlier work they did for Cisco Systems. ELIF has an interesting model of identifying “champions” who raise $25,000 to introduce the curriculum into the high school of their choice. It’s a way to build grass-roots support for the ELIF program. Are you prepared to be a champion?
You can check out more on the organizations web site or, if you are a registered user to this site, you can download the PDF below.