Young Entrepreneur – Making People Successful in a Changing World
This entrepreneurship program has been developed to help young participants to understand and prepare for entrepreneurship. We believe entrepreneurship preparation and business preparation are closely linked. Entrepreneurs need business skills to succeed and businesses need entrepreneurial skills to grow and succeed. We believe it is better to start cultivating the same at an early age!
Through story-based learning, students will learn how to survive as an entrepreneur. The skills like designing, website building, social media marketing, and creating good content are of prime importance for an entrepreneur to succeed!
Our entrepreneurship programs teach students the 21st-century skills they’ll need to succeed in the world’s changing economy. Our entrepreneurship programs allow kids to explore entrepreneurship, business concepts, and ideas and learn important skills through a collection of interactive lessons. The programs and activities have been developed by successful entrepreneurs coupled with the expertise of K-12 educational professionals.
This course is designed to mentor, support, and equip today’s children with the necessary success skills to set them on the path of becoming our future entrepreneurs. This course teaches kids what it takes to succeed in our global new age economy, equips them with the success skills they need, and sets them in the right direction for understanding entrepreneurship at a young age.
Let’s dive into the content and understand all about this business world.
1. Entrepreneurship skills– Knowledge of entrepreneurs their skills and some famous Startups.
2. Creating Resume– Importance of resume and using basic HTML, CSS tags kids will create a resume.
3. Identification of some famous Logos– Why logos are important? How are they used in branding?
4.Creating Animation Movies – Using HTML, CSS basic Tags for creating animation movies.
5. Posters Making – Usage of posters in business and using canva.
6.How does the Internet Work?
8. Media Elements
Do you know how Games and Applications were built that you play in your mobile phones? No? Learn hands-on experience in developing interesting Android applications. No previous experience of programming is needed, and is suitable for students with any level of computing experience. You can make apps of your own choices…
1) Computers – Learn how to talk to computers. What needed computer to perform task.
2) Scratch and MIT App Inventor – Understand the difference between scratch, other coding softwares, and MIT App inventor
3) UI & UX and Block Coding – Learn to create amazing User Interfaces and make then code such that app plays song when button clicked and speaks when mobile is shaken.
4) Desing making – Learn about the different visible and non-visible component in apps such as accelerometer sensor, text to speech(media), sound(media)
5)Talking tom App – Learn to create Amazing UI and UX games and complicate the app by changing the image to video, add sounds, expression to the cat.
MIT App Inventor is a free tool that can be used to create Android Apps. It works right inside your web browser and you can create Apps very quickly because it is a blocks-based programming tool that does not require knowing any programming language.
Your app appears on the phone step-by-step as you add pieces to it, so you can test your work as you build. When you’re done, you can package your app and produce a stand-alone application to install. If you don’t have an Android phone, you can build your apps using the Android emulator, software that runs on your computer and behaves just like the phone. The App Inventor development environment is supported for Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and Windows operating systems, and several popular Android phone models. Applications created with App Inventor can be installed on any Android phone.
The interface is extremely simple and graphical and without knowing any programming- you can create an app in less than an hour! Sounds exciting? Go ahead and give it a try!
1) Computers – Learn how to talk to computers. What needed the computer to perform the task
2) Scratch and MIT App Inventor – Understand the difference between scratch, other coding software, and MIT App inventor
3) UI & UX and Block Coding – Learn to create amazing User Interfaces and make them code such that the app plays a song when the button is clicked and speaks when mobile is shaken
4) Desing making – Learn about the different visible and non-visible components in the app such as accelerometer sensor, text to speech(media), sound(media)
5) Talking tom App – Learn to create Amazing UI, UX games and complicate the app by changing the image to video, add sounds, and expressions of the cat