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The Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow… Are in Your Classroom Today!. The 105th Annual Connecticut Business Educators Association Conference Wednesday, October 22, 2008. Rose Bednarz-Luglio, Gateway Community College Dennis Brown, Connecticut Community Investment Corporation CTCIC.

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The Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow…

Are in Your Classroom Today!

The 105th Annual

Connecticut Business Educators Association Conference

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Rose Bednarz-Luglio, Gateway Community College

Dennis Brown, Connecticut Community Investment Corporation CTCIC

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What is entrepreneurship?

  • Why is entrepreneurship education important?
  • What are you doing now?
  • What do you want to do?
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What is micro enterprise?

  • A locally owned business
  • A business with fewer than 10 employees
  • A business capitalized with less than $ 50 K
  • source: MERG
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Financial impact of micro enterprise

  • Generates jobs
  • Dollars stay in state
  • Builds solid economic base
  • source: MERG
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Entrepreneurship Courses and Activities

  • Developing Curriculum
  • Engaging Guest Speakers and Mentors
  • Locating Resources
  • Identifying Funding Opportunities
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Developing Curriculum

  • Program of study
  • Comprehensive courses
  • Integrated into existing Business courses
  • Integrated across the Curriculum
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Engaging Guest Speakers and Mentors

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small business owners
  • Angels
  • Resources
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Business and Organization Resources

  • Trade Associations
  • SBA , CSBDC, SCORE
  • DECD, CERC
  • CEDF, CTCIC
  • Colleges/Schools/Libraries
  • Consultants
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION RESOURCES

  • Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education
  • Apply the National Content Standards for Entrepreneurship Education
  • Use the Consortium website to find up-to-date information, resources, and training
  • Connect with Entrepreneurship Education leaders in your region, nationally, and internationally
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National Entrepreneurship Week USA

  • February 21-28, 2009
  • US House of Representatives Resolution
  • CT Governor’s Proclamation
  • State Calendars
  • GET INVOLVED!
  • http://nationaleweek.com/
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The Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow…

Are in Your Classroom Today!

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