GetEdu Camp at Stanford | 中文版

Program Details

This year’s program is located at the heart of Silicon Valley, one of the most innovative and entrepreneurial centers in the world. Students will join a global community of like-minded peers, experiencing living independently on a college campus, participating in a world-class learning model, and receive a Certificate of Completion for participating in the program.

Our summer program provides 12–16 year old students the opportunity to:

  • 1. Immerse yourself in the most nourishing environment for disruptive innovation through a lecture series by experts and a team competition
  • 2. Practice skills that are critical in business, innovation and entrepreneurship
  • 3. Visit innovative companies and meet the people on the team

What you will learn

This camp is designed for teen innovators & young entrepreneurs ages 11 to 18. At this two-week, overnight camp located on Stanford campus, students from global countries form teams, learn hands-on product design, meet startup cofounders, and pitch business plans to top executives and angel investors. Over 65% seats already filled. Early bird discount available until 5/31/2016 or subject to spaces available.

Student Teams

Students will work in teams for the duration of the 10-day program. On day one, each student negotiates for an executive management role: CEO, CFO, CTO, CMO, CSO, CIO or VOC.

Each team is made up of 6 students. Teams are chosen on the first day of the session, following a series of activities that give students the opportunity to learn the skills, capabilities, and personalities of their potential team members.

What to Expect

Students will spend days 1–8 working with their team to create a concept design and writing a business plan. On day 9, teams compete for 1st place as they present their plans and concepts to a panel of investors and entrepreneurs. Day 10 is devoted to a celebration showcasing student team solutions, announcing the awards and the presentation of graduation certificates. Although it’s not formally part of our schedule, students should expect to spend time working virtually with their team after hours. We’ve found that this extra time really helps teams refine their solution, further build collaboration skills, and practice their presentation.

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