Summer Business Camp


July 27 – July 31 2015

This interactive workshop is packed with fun and learning from real life experts in business and economics.

In our 5-day summer workshop you will…

  • Interact with real entrepreneurs.
  • Experience first hand the fun of building a business.
  • Learn how to leverage free market economic principles.
  • Unlock your own entrepreneurial creativity.
  • Inspire peers to help build your business vision.

Our interactive lessons include:

  • Economics 101
  • Capital Marketing – Banking, Investment and Corporate Structures
  • Government and Business – Regulations and Compliance
  • Competition and Minimum Wage
  • Business Planning 101
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Marketing 101
  • Human Capital and Human Resources
  • Presentation Skills
  • Business Law 101
  • Property Rights and Intellectual Property
  • Getting to College
  • The Nature of Capitalism
  • Interview Skills
  • Bit Coin

Other fun activities include:

  • Icebreakers
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Creating a business plan
  • Creating advertisements
  • Jeopardy
  • Dinner with Executives
  • Lunch Trade Game
  • Trade Show
  • Volleyball

The Tuition for this program is $500

Register before March 31, 2015 to receive a $250 discount!!

Register Online      


Hear what the campers had to say about their experience:
“This camp solidified my aspirations to become a business lawyer. I enjoyed the marketing standpoints, the accounting, the business law aspects, property rights ect.”
     – Andy C. (2014)
“I can say that the camp has truly made a difference in my life. Anyone should do this camp regardless of the profession they want to major in because there’s so much to take out of it; whether it be collaborating with new people, meeting new friends, or simply just having a fun time. I’m definitely going to be coming back next year just to get the same experience again.”
     – Simran K. (2014)
“I’ve learned that you really have to put your mind towards something and set goals for yourself in order to succeed in the future. I really enjoyed meeting new friends, collaborating with the team to create a business plan, and having a dinner with executives, because I got so much feedback and input on my own life”
     – Kaitlin B. (2014)