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'Lemonade Stand: Business School for Kids' is aimed to equip 9 - 12 year old children with the fundamental mindset required to succeed in a fast moving century.Register Now
In an exponentially changing world, our education system is doing what it can to maintain pace, relevance and impart the skills required to prosper in the 21st century.
However, technology and business model innovation moves much quicker than the school system is capable of responding. As such, the very existence of jobs traditionally seen as ‘safe’ such as accounting is being questioned and today’s kids are facing an uncertain future in which they are likely to have several careers and up to 15 jobs.
Clearly, a capacity for personal reinvention and an ability to identify new business and personal growth opportunities will be of significant importance.
Collective Campus co-founder and program facilitator Steve Glaveski says that “kids are always asked ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’ but perhaps we should ask them 'what do you want to create'?" Fundamental business skills will be absolutely imperative to success in the 21st Century.
Help your children learn the basics of startup building and how to pitch their ideas. This 2 day class will introduce your kids to these principles in a fun and interactive way and have them solving real problems. As part of the course, students will be introduced to building prototypes, websites, apps and even 3D modelling. Armed with this information they will be placed into groups of 3 and given the opportunity to create their own startup. Parents and family are invited to attend the Pitch session on the afternoon of the 2nd day.
Startup Kids Success Stories
• Nick D’Aloisio was 17 when he sold his news app Summly for US$30M.
• Juliette Brindak was 16 when she launched Miss O & Friends. It’s now worth US$15M.
• Cameron Johnson was 15 and earning US$400,000 each month with SurfingPrizes.com.
Lemonade Stand aims to empower your children to reach their potential and take advantage of the unique opportunities that today’s business and digital landscape presents.
Each topic is accompanied by interactive exercises to help your kids understand the concepts being taught. There are also plenty of breakout activities throughout to break up the day.
The kids will be using different online platforms for the workshop, so they will need a laptop computer. The laptop preferably shouldn't be one that uses a touch-screen as its main form of navigation - many of the programs your child will be using on the day rely heavily on mouse navigation, and touch screens usually do not give the best user experience.
Please have your child bring their pencil case containing pencils and markers for use throughout the program.
Some of our activities will include registering under an email address. If your child doesn't have an email, we encourage you to create one through Gmail.
So we can spend most of our time teaching, we ask that you create a Tinkercad and Instapage account for your kids before class begins. When registering for Tinkercad please input their birthday as 01/01/2000. Please ensure your child has their log in details with them.
Your child will be required to bring their own lunch (or you could take them out!) and snacks for 2 short breaks throughout the day. We will be providing refreshments throughout the day.
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The Lemonade Stand team is currently on break and will be back on the 9th. If you'd like to contact us directly, please use the Contact Form.
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