Close
Bonneville Phoenix Network
 KTAR News
 Arizona Sports
92.3 FM KTAR
Menu
Social
Latest News
Updated Aug 3, 2014 - 7:28 pm

Phoenix business program seeks high schoolers for July workshop

(Facebook Photo)

PHOENIX -- High school students who have aspirations of owning a business have a new opportunity to take advantage of.

Seed Spot, a Phoenix-based nonprofit organization, is looking for high school students to join their summer workshop from July 14-18.

According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Seed Spot works with social entrepreneurs providing curriculum, pitch development and capital opportunities for those chosen.

Students who are interested in learning the ins and outs of launching a company will be able to meet mentors, social entrepreneurs and the Seed Spot staff.

The week-long program will allow students to form teams with the best business ideas and start building business models. The teams will then test their ideas with customers.

Learn more about Seed Spot's entrepreneurial program for high school students at SeedSpot.org.

World Class Arizona

  • APSWorld Class Arizona with Arizona's largest and longest-serving electricity utility. APS serves more than 1.2 million customers in 11 of the state's 15 counties.

Voice For A Better Arizona

Comments

comments powered by Disqus
Latest News