Want to be an Entrepreneurship Champion? Enter the California SAGE Tournament! What is SAGE?
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Enter the California SAGE Tournament!
SAGE’s primary target audience is high school students. It is an international network that links entrepreneurial high school student organizations, like DECA, FBLA, JA, Virtual Enterprise, economics classes and FFA, to mentors/business consultants from local universities, community colleges and businesses.
To advance entrepreneurship education and community service-learning across the world, emphasizing ethical business practices, social responsibility, civic engagement and environmental awareness.
Creating pathways to better futures through sustainable entrepreneurship and community service programs.
But the subjects of entrepreneurship and international business are not generally included in the high school curriculum; the subject is largely absent from our schools.
To help students learn how macro- and microeconomics operate in a free market economy
Helping today’s students achieve success through economics education and student leadership development.
To help students grow and develop through business education.
To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Helping today’s students achieve success through business education and student leadership development.
If we combine missions;
Your curricular/co-curricular programs and SAGE would be known as partners in the education of business students throughout your state, the US, and the world, by:
Completed at least one entrepreneurship project (10 points)
Completed at least one community outreach project? (5 points)
Included at least one type of “global” component in their project(s) (5 points)SAGE Judging Criteria (9 Total)
4. Understand the importance of civic engagement in a democratic society (5 points)
5. Understand the importance of being responsible stewards of the environment (5 points)SAGE Judging Criteria 4-5
6. Utilizing at least one or two college “mentors” (5 points)
7. Utilizing a Business Advisory Board (5 points)
8. Utilizing mass media (5 points)
9. Assessing the results of their projects (5 points)SAGE Judging Criteria 6-9
Best Entrepreneurship Project
Best Community Service Project’
Best Global Project
Best Environmental Project
Best Civic Engagement Project
Best Use of Mass Media
*Categories are tentative and we welcome category ideas for special competitions
Dr. Curt DeBerg
California State University, Chico
College of Business
Chico, CA 95929-0011