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Starting a SAGE Team at Your High School. Working Together to Improve Your Community through Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility. Are there teens at your high school who:. Have a GREAT business idea that can make a lot of money and/or improve your community?
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Working Together to Improve Your Community through Entrepreneurship and Social Responsibility
1.Identify a business venture, form a team of at least two more teens at your school, and find an adult ally/sponsor
2. Operate the business during the year
3. Travel to the SAGE national tournament to present your business to a panel of leaders (by invitation only: your invitation will be extended only if you meet certain reporting benchmarks during the year)
Note: the highest-rated SRB and SEB will be invited to participate in the SAGE World Cup (most recent World Cup hosts have been USA (2005), China (2006), Ukraine (2007), Nigeria (2008), Brazil (2009), South Africa (2010), USA (2011), USA (2012). Future plans include: Nigeria (2013), Ukraine (2014), South Korea (2015)
By December 1, 2012: Submission of your intent to participate (online)
By April 1, 2013: Submission of an acceptable annual report (online)
May 25-May 27, 2013: Travel the SAGE USA National Tournament (to be determined; it may be in Cincinnati, Chicago, San Francisco, Buffalo, or New York City!)
Innovative and Impactful in Operating Their SEB?
Note: Social enterprise businesses (SEBs) directly address social needs through their products or services or through the numbers of disadvantaged people they employ; they can be legally structured either as nonprofits or as for-profit businesses, but in either case must be profitableSAGE Competition #2: SEB
Responding to judges’ questions during the mandatory seven-minute Q and A session following the 13-minute oral, multimedia presentation.Q & A from Judges (7 minutes)
Mr. Peter C. Eimer, MBA
Assistant Professor of Business
320 Porter AvenueBuffalo, NY 14201
Dr. Curt DeBerg
California State University, Chico
College of Business
Chico, CA 95929-0011