Bay Atlantic University in Partnership with Unreasonable Kids College Set to Host a Social Entrepreneurship In-Residence Summer Camp for Youth
This camp introduces students to entrepreneurial principles and guides them to look at global problems like poverty, homelessness, and other UN SDG 17 goals through a solutions-focused lens. Students are encouraged to use their unique voices to create entrepreneurial initiatives that address these problems, raising funds and building service businesses.
The application deadline is May 4, 2022, and the fee–including room and board, meals, and transportation–
Ateba Whitaker, founder and CEO of Unreasonable Kids College and BAU faculty member is this camp's instructor. "The object of the camp is to coach kid leaders to be guided by a moral compass and trained to think outside the box with an understanding of both qualitative and quantitative research, therefore, not to repeat failed attempts but to develop new solutions to change the world." To learn more, or to register, visit: https://bau.edu/
About Bay Atlantic University:
Bay Atlantic University (BAU) is a Washington DC-based private, nonprofit university that offers the best higher education programs to the US and international students. BAU is a New Generation University that focuses on the return of investment, which translates into students graduating with practical degrees and valuable experience, increasing their chances of successful employment through a value-added educational experience.
About Unreasonable Kids College:
Unreasonable Kids College, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a social, educational enterprise training the next generation of kid-superheroes. The goal is to teach kids how to become unreasonable thinkers that see opportunities where adults see problems. The objective is to create opportunities for kids to tackle the goals set by the UN SDG. Unreasonable Kids College creates a safe, peer-to-peer, coach-led environment to facilitate and inspire world changers as they learn how to release their fight for good.
To learn more about Unreasonable Kids College, visit unreasonablekidscollege.org and follow us on Instagram @unreasonable.kids.college, Facebook @BuildingKidSuperheroes, and LinkedIn @UnreasonableKidsCollege.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 27, 2022