2017/2018

 

FSB Session Options

Our 3-week Course operates in supplement to a vocational or academic program (incl. high school, apprenticeship programming, or re-entry programming). Each scholar will learn the principles, buzz words, and introductory skill sets of launching a business. The class is run in an incubator-style atmosphere and scholars will graduate at the end of the program with family members and faculty congratulating them.

 

Skills Learned:

 

·    Soft Communication Skills 

·    Parenting/Family Planning

·    Financial Literacy

·    Introduction to Idea Generation

·    How to Market and Grow Their Idea

·    How to Gain Community Involvement 

·    Steps to Launching Their Business

·    Employment Readiness/Interview Skills

·    Business/Workplace Etiquette

·    Pitching Their Business

 

Also Included for Graduates:

 

  • Employment Opportunities and Mentorship

  • Post-Graduation Resource Directory

  • FSB "Smart Tools" for success (incl. Executive Binder w/ printed Business Plan and SmartTrip Card for travel expense during class enrollment)

 

Each scholar will also have the opportunity to compete for instant "Flikshop Bucks"  during the course. Flikshop Bucks will be converted into real spendable money at the end of the course.

 

Job interview prep

Job interview prep

Marcus Bullock and Vision Boards

Marcus Bullock and Vision Boards

Student Participation

Student Participation

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Hard at work

Hard at work

The Concepts of Business course drills down into a week-long energized mini-camp. Some of our scholars want to know if being an entrepreneur is for them, and the best way to tell is to have some fun while learning about business. Each scholar will be introduced to business vocabulary, success traits, the behavior of entrepreneurs, and business/workplace infrastructure. The class is run in an incubator-style atmosphere and scholars will receive a Certificate of Completion on the final day of class. 

 

Skills Learned:

 

·    Soft Communication Skills 

·    Financial Literacy

·    Business Types

·    Introduction to Idea Generation

·    Leadership Skills

·    Business/Workplace Etiquette

 

This course may be taken without any supporting academic programs. 

The Launching Your Idea/Brand course starts you off on your journey as an entrepreneur. You've graduated from the Introduction to Entrepreneurship course and you are really excited about launching your business. The FSB "Launch Tool Kit" is packed with resources and the classroom is filled others who want to succeed just as bad. The classes are smaller, which also give the ability for focused attention to each scholar's business. The final day of class concludes with final launch deck and formation plan for each scholar's business. 

 

Skills Learned:

 

·    Business Structure and Formation 

·    Marketing Themselves and the Business

·    Financial Planning

·    Idea Generation

·    How to Create a Brand

·    How to Endure the Hard Times of Business 

·    Lean Startup Methods

·    Pitching Their Business

 

Prerequisite: FSB Introduction to Entrepreneurship course

Have you ever been told that you are a natural when it comes to business? Ever sold candy at school or cut the neighbors yard for cash? This workshop is for you! Meet the FSB instructors whom started their businesses from small change to big bucks, and tell you how you can do the same thing. This 3-hour workshop introduces how to be a strategic thinker and successful entrepreneur in today's tech and social media world. Buckle-up and get ready to take some notes.

 

Skills Learned:

 

·    Overcoming Obstacles 

·    How to Take Advantage of Opportunity

·    Why Entrepreneurship Matters

·    Entrepreneurship: A Real Job

   

Concepts of Business

(1 week)

Launching Your Idea/Brand

(1 week)

What is Entrepreneurship?

(1-Day Workshop)

Please contact us for Tuition Rates

Please contact us for Tuition Rates

Please contact us for Tuition Rates

Our 16-week Entrepreneurship Launch-Pad operates in supplement to a workforce readiness or academic program (incl. secondary school, apprenticeship programming, or re-entry programming). Scholars will learn how to build web and mobile applications and  through experiential learning, class projects, and creative gamification. The objective of this course is to assist scholars with building a healthy life and to prepare for the tech workforce. Scholars will also gain access to a wide network of mentors and collaborators that will assist in developing a start-up idea. The class is run in an incubator-style atmosphere and scholars will graduate at the end of the program with family members and faculty congratulating them. 

 

Skills Learned:

 

·    Soft Communication Skills 

·    Introduction to Email, Search, and Office Suites

·    Financial Literacy

·    Introduction to Idea Generation

·    Validating The Business Idea

·    Gaining Community Involvement 

·    Launching Their Business

·    Public Speaking Prep

·    Business/Workplace Etiquette

·    Pitching Their Business

·    How to Market The Business 

·    The Importance of Public Relations

·    Scheduling the Business Launch

·    Post-Launch Day-to-Day Operations

 

Also Included for Graduates:

 

  • Access to FSB Advisory Board

  • Mentoring Shadow Session with FSB Registered Entrepreneur

  • Post-Graduation Resource Directory

  • FSB "Smart Tools" for success (incl. Executive Binder w/ printed Business Plan and Pitch Deck, SmartTrip Card, and Prepaid Smartphone)

 

Each scholar will also have the opportunity to compete for instant "Flikshop Bucks"  during the course. Flikshop Bucks will be converted into real spendable money at the end of the course.

 

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

(3 weeks)

Please contact us for Tuition Rates

Entrepreneurship Launch Pad with Coding Integration

(4 months)

Please contact us for Tuition Rates

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