Roosevelt University Entrepreneurship Academy

Roosevelt University Entrepreneurship Academy
Roosevelt University Entrepreneurship Academy gives high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to learn more about entrepreneurship and owning a business. The academy is open to qualified students with strong math, science and technology skills and an interest in entrepreneurship.

The academy is offered by the Roosevelt University Walter E. Heller College of Business and consists of a five-day, green-tech focused training session that teaches students the skills necessary to become high-tech business entrepreneurs. Sessions are taught by Walter E. Heller College of Business faculty and staff as well as industry business leaders.

Students must be nominated by a teacher, principal or community leader. Nominated students will be required to write a 250-word essay stating what they expect to learn at the Roosevelt University Entrepreneurship Academy. Applications will be accepted until April 30, 2014.

The academy is offered at no cost with the college of business covering room, board, field trips and instructional materials. Students will participate in seminars, workshops and other activities and also tour high-tech green facilities in Chicago and its surrounding areas. They will be mentored by green-tech entrepreneurs.


The location is usually in ILLINOIS.

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