In Level 1, students learned the basics of becoming an entrepreneur. Take it to the next level by learning the preliminary steps to create a business. You will select a business idea to develop and work with a team to bring your idea to life. Join our class to learn the skills to build your own business.

In our Entrepreneurship Level 2 course, students will generate a business idea and complete the Business model canvas. They will learn to identify customer relationships, segments, and channels. Additionally, they will formulate key partners and activities for their business. These are the essential components of a strong business model which helps students virtually plan desirable products and services. Motivation to learn and a sense of individual opportunity are some outcomes of this course.

The students will learn to speak the language of business and see the problems from the entrepreneur’s point of view. Students will create stories, participate in learning games with role-play, simulate real or imaginary circumstances, present projects to peers, and reflect on lessons learned.

Prerequisite: Entrepreneurship Level 1


$315, incl. headset rental
5 week course
12-15 years
4-6 students
Students will understand the steps associated with a successful business plan.
Students will learn how to identify the parts of a business model canvas and create a business plan.
Students will learn how to communicate and analyze ideas and provide feedback about new products/services/ventures.
Students will identify needed resources and strategies for success using a business plan.


Business model canvas Customer segments
Distribution channels
Cost structure
Revenue streams



Entrepreneurship Standards Module 2
Discovery: the process of generating ideas, recognizing opportunities and determining the feasibility of ideas.
A.01 Explain the need for entrepreneurial discovery
A.02 Discuss entrepreneurial discovery processes
A.03 Assess global trends and opportunities
A.04 Determine opportunities for venture creation
A.05 Assess opportunities for venture creation

Concept Development: the process for planning the venture, which includes identifying resources and strategies for a business plan
A.09 Describe entrepreneurial planning considerations
A.10 Explain tools used by entrepreneurs for venture planning
A.11 Assess start-up requirements
A.12 Assess risks associated with venture
A.13 Describe external resources useful to entrepreneurs during concept development
A.14 Assess the need to use external resources for concept development
A.16 Use components of a business plan to define venture idea

Resourcing: the process in which the entrepreneur identifies resources needed for the start-up
A.23 Assess the costs/benefits associated with resources
A.20 Explain factors to consider in determining a venture's human-resource needs
Cognitive Skills Rubric
NGSS Science Practice 1: Asking Questions and Defining Problems
NGSS Science Practice 3: Planning and Carrying Out Investigations

CCSS English Language Arts;
Appendix A

Products and Presentations

Listening and speaking

Analysis and Synthesis
NGSS Science Practice 7: Engaging in Argument from Evidence
NGSS Science Practice 5: Using Mathematics and Computational Thinking
  • Enroll in your first course and you will receive 10% discount coupon for the next course
  • 1 Quarter (10-weeks) includes a final presentation with industry leaders
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1 Course
$315 / $50 per class

  • Entrepreneurship Level 2
  • 5 classes – 5 weeks
  • 4-6 students in the group
  • Price includes Oculus Quest 2 rental
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1 Semester
$785 / $45 per class

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  • Entrepreneurship Level 1, Level 2, Level 3
  • 16 classes – 16 weeks
  • 4-6 students in the group
  • Price includes Oculus Quest 2 rental
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