SWITZERLAND SUMMER PROGRAM 2014
Calling All Teen Entrepreneurs!
Is there a business visionary inside of you clamoring to get out into the world? Do you feel like you belong in business school instead of high school? Are your dreams comprised of building innovative businesses? Are you desperate to learn more about business, finance and how to achieve real world success?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then the Teen Entrepreneur Summer Program in Switzerland is for you. Led by Professor, Keith Weigelt, of The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, Teen Entrepreneur creates the foundation that helps extraordinary minds reach higher, dig deeper and leap farther in pursuit of their individual dreams!
Since 1987, The Haut-Lac International Centre in Les Sciernes, Switzerland has hosted gifted students from all over the world. Imagine joining other entrepreneurially minded students for an intense, interactive and inspiring week. Together, you will engage in an once-in-a-lifetime experience that fuses real world business teachings, Swiss culture and history and casual sportsmanship such as:
Thought Leadership Seminars
Interactive, Experiential Sessions
Swiss Culture (examples)
Journey to Geneva
Chillion Castle in Montreux Tour
Nestle Headquarters in Vevey Outing
The BOX is one of the most anticipated of the interactive programs. It teaches students—intellectually and emotionally—how to start and build a business. Working in teams, students face competition from other groups all developing a product in the same market. At the end, students report an intense, yet fun experience whose impact goes beyond just learning and into self-discovery.
Whether you are an entrepreneurial teen or the parent of a future entrepreneur, we would like to make it easy for you to learn more about the Teen Entrepreneur Summer Program in Switzerland. Please visit our website to download and print our PDF brochure or reach out to Lara Azzam by phone or email.
Please note: Early Registration is going on right now. Students that apply before December 31, 2013 can save a total of $500. Space is limited and applications are reviewed and accepted on a first-come basis. We encourage you to reach out for more information by contacting us.