Silicon Valley Comes to Baylor School this Summer!


The Camp BizSmart entrepreneurship Academy is a fun, intensive, two-week business camp for kids age 11 – 15. Want to work on skills that will help you become the creators of the world’s next great products and companies? Look no further - the BizSmart camp at Baylor is the best high school entrepreneurship program in the Southeast!


The Uniquely Different Entrepreneurship Summer Camp

The Camp BizSmart “Learn by Doing Model” was inspired by the founders’ experience developing executives at General Electric, Texas Instruments, and other Fortune 500 companies. The “Learn-Do-Check-Act” curriculum in this business summer camp for kids links real-world business projects and topic specific “mini-cases” that cultivate valuable skills, insights and inspirations designed to fuel a lifetime of achievement and success. Camp BizSmart programs have been featured on CNN and CNBC, the Silicon Valley Innovation and Product Design & Business Plan Academy.

  • Design new products with cool CEOs from hot companies
  • Live on campus at one of the top college prep academies in the Southeast - not your typical sleep away camp
  • Create and invent prototypes in the Baylor School Makers Idea lab
  • Experience the outdoor splendor of the beautiful Tennessee valley
  • The top student from this Baylor cohort, will earn a full tuition scholarship to the BizSmart Global Silicon Valley Business Accelerator
This working camp at Baylor School will draw top students to the world’s only project-based skills academy for “tweenpreneurs” age 11 – 15. We want to make Chattanooga and the Baylor School the center of entrepreneurship education for the next generation of ‘Idea Makers and World Shakers’ east of the Mississippi.
- MICHAEL GIBBS, BIZSMART GLOBAL CEO AND CO-FOUNDER

Camp Information

Dates: June 17–29, 2018

Dorm and Meal Information:
Students will be housed and chaperoned in one of Baylor’s beautiful residence halls. Tips and information on what to bring will be provided following registration. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided for students in the Baylor dining hall.

Tuition:
Options include an overnight residential camp and limited openings for local students who do not wish to board, but still want to be a part of the entrepreneurial academy during the day.

Residential: $3,495.00*
Non-Residential: $1,695

Payment options include 1/2 deposit to hold the spot and remaining 1/2 due May 31

*Seats at this premier event are limited and available on a first come basis and only guaranteed upon receipt of full payment ($3,495.00).



For more information contact camp director Marla Zemanek, c: (415) 279-2514 or email here.

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