Building the entrepreneurial mindset
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs once said, “Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?”. If you are looking to learn the skills you will need for a confident and adventurous pirate life, this beginner entrepreneurship class is for you. Students will go on an entrepreneurship journey starting from an idea and take it all the way to pitching their business plan.
Along the way, students will play games and take part in activities to learn the principles of entrepreneurship, brainstorm and develop their own business ideas, analyze the plan, build their pitchbook, and present the business plan to the class. Ships Ahoy!
This interactive class focuses on young entrepreneurs learning in an online environment. The virtual setting provides students a fun way to keep learning through various activities designed especially for online delivery.
Recurrence: daily for 1-week, unlimited access to self-paced lessons and activities
Session Length: 1.5 hour per session
Grades: 6 through 9
Class size: maximum 10 students
Parent Notes: To monitor and encourage student engagement, cameras must be on, and students must be on the camera for the entire length of the class. Additionally, all participants must be enrolled as students and have their own devices.
About Sumeit Aggarwal:
Sumeit Aggarwal is the Co-founder and Managing Partner of Finhive, a social enterprise dedicated to providing financial education to communities and small businesses. She is a Nearpod Certified Educator, an award-winning student engagement platform.
Sumeit earned her Certificate in Financial Planning from Boston University, MBA from Babson College and was recently featured by Babson for fighting the gender investment gap. She holds a Master’s degree in Information Systems from Northeastern University.
Finhive is a social enterprise dedicated towards providing educational services designed to build financial capability. Founded in 2017, Finhive is about living a confident and intentional financial life. Our core mission is to build financially educated communities by teaching a set of skills and behaviors that individuals and families need to reach their personal, family, and community financial goals.