Entrepreneur| KTHS Entrepreneurship and Enterprise
Entrepreneurship: Grade levels 11 and 12. PM sessions offered
Create and open your own business
Develop valuable business skills like planning and decision making
Work in teams with your peers and with industry professionals to achieve your goals
Students will learn and experience business operations through a hands-on and problem-based curriculum. The focus in this semester class will be on entrepreneurship business start-up; students will work in teams to develop, plan, and sell a product at King Tech High School’s marketplace events.
Students will have the chance to meet and work with local industry professionals and use similar computer applications including Google Docs, Slides, Presentation, and basic excel. They will also develop valuable critical thinking, decision-making, problem-solving, and collaboration skills applicable to any career path
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.5 English Elective
3 college credits
THE KING TECH DIFFERENCE
King Tech High School is focused on providing students with a rich and diverse learning environment. Knowledge, creativity and hands-on experience have always been at our core, and we’re proud of the generations of students who have graduated from King Career Center.
At King Tech Entrepreneurship & Enterprise, we know what it takes to enrich our students’ education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality faculty makes King Tech High School's Entrepreneurship & Enterprise more than just a business class - it’s a life experience.
This class will prepare students for entry-level positions in small business while helping them to identify educational pathways to more specialized business fields. The structure of this class is organized on three principles:
1) Engagement: High student engagement through project- and problem-based learning. Students will create and run their own businesses, and solve real-world business problems.
2) Integration: All business fields are integrated into the course, giving students a well-rounded sense of business operations. Students will understand how research, finance, accounting, marketing, management, ethics, corporate responsibility, communications, etc., work together in a business.
3) Connections: Industry partners serve as mentors, and provide expertise as projects develop.