We’re providing education and opportunity through our unique non-profit and Ivy League based program. How? By setting a new industry standard for high school business and entrepreneurship education. We’ve developed curricula that reflect our belief that business literacy is now a critical life skill needed to succeed.
• Common Core State Standards aligned
• University of California certified
• Designed to help develop & enhance critical thinking, decision making, and life skills
• Rich with team-based projects for supporting collaborative mindsets
• Customizable for individual school needs
• Grounded in experiential, student-centered learning
• Committed to preparing students to succeed in the business world
Our full business literacy curriculum consists of 6 modules:
Courses prepare students to think critically about the business world, increasing their own financial savvy and long-term investing potential. We market our unique business literacy program to high schools and universities by designing them to fulfill Common Core Standards. Our first-of-its-kind financial literacy class is certified as a STEM course in applied algebra. Students develop non-linear thinking and learn life skills including negotiation, self-advocacy, and professionalism.
We believe professional development should consist of periodic opportunities to interact with peers and the ability to acquire new information to improve teaching quality. The goal of our professional development is to further enhance the student experience by increasing the professional skills of the teachers. Our professional development program is designed to foster active learning, continuously improve content knowledge, and incentivizes teachers to interact with each other and our staff.
The program is anchored by an intense, week-long session taught by University of Pennsylvania faculty. We also provide ongoing training professional through on-line webinars, observations, and membership in an elite network of educators with access to unique instructional materials. The curriculum is currently being implemented successfully in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, California, and Connecticut.