New Curriculum – Entrepreneurship Build to Market Challenge
Announcing STEMpreneurship Camps and Classes; launches with NC Coastal Pines Girl Scouts.
Morrisville / RTP NC 2/26/2018 –
The great inventions and technologies that shape our worlds today are a result of successful market launches. STEM and innovations need business ethos and acumen to become a desirable product or service.
It is never too early to educate young children in the process of designing, launching and running a new business. STEM For Kids is pleased to announce STEMpreneurship series of curriculum.
“In this special series of programs, our goal is to inspire the next generation of STEMpreneurs!”, says Founder Moni Singh.
The total package includes:
STEM + Innovation + Entrepreneurship
In Build to Market Challenge, participants will work like innovators in designing a robot to solve an engineering or entertainment problem, build its prototype and then, like an entrepreneur, they will explore ways to market their product.
The exciting program will launch with the North Carolina Coastal Pines Girl Scouts in a mini two-hour challenge format. Two classes are available:
On March 8th at the Morrisville STEM Center
On March 29th at the North Raleigh STEM Center.
Other opportunities are available as STEM Saturdays and Summer Camps. Check available programs in your area at stemforkids,net/register
STEM For Kids® provides the broadest array of engineering, computer programming, biomedicine and entrepreneurship programs for children in grades preK-8 through summer camps, afterschool programs and workshops in and outside schools. Founded by a recognized business leader in STEM, Moni Singh, the Raleigh North Carolina based company has now expanded from its roots in the Triangle to multiple territories across the USA and outside.
The global expansion is continuing at a healthy pace through franchising of the renowned STEM For Kids business system and innovative curricula. The STEM For Kids brand is generating significant national and international interest and has made into various “Best of ” lists including Entrepreneur Magazine’s Top New Franchises, Best Trends, Franchise 500, The Vangaurd List, Startup Magazine’s Companies Ready to Make you the Boss and Franchise Gator’s Franchise 100 lists.
National and international franchise opportunities are available.Business owners can start with as low as $20,000. Entrepreneurs with a passion to impact their community through education can learn more and apply at the STEM For Kids website, https://www.stemforkids.net/franchiseor call+1 866 991 7053.
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