Increase Youth Resiliency with an Entrepreneurial Mindset
Youth entrepreneurship education can help young people develop the mindset and skills to address social, economic, and environmental challenges. However, do you know how to teach entrepreneurship to middle school and high school students in the most effective way?
Strong youth entrepreneurship programs focus on more than simply helping students create businesses. Innovative youth entrepreneurship programs provide students with the skills and capabilities to become changemakers who can solve problems on a local, national, and global level.
As teachers, administrators, and youth development professionals, you can strengthen students’ resiliency, critical thinking, growth mindset, and social-emotional learning by teaching them how to use an entrepreneurial approach to problem solving.
Develop the Next Generation of Changemakers
We developed the EPIC (Entrepreneurship Program for Innovators and Changemakers) curriculum to introduce middle and high school students to Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® — Babson’s entrepreneurial methodology for creating economic, social, and environmental value.
Your students will apply an entrepreneurial mindset to a local or regional problem connected to at least one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals) that they care about. They learn to see obstacles as opportunities and use that knowledge to activate change.