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Cultivating Entrepreneurial Changemakers with Babson: A Parent Workshop

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Event Details

  • When: April 29th, 2024; 6 – 8:30 p.m.

  • Where: New England Innovation Academy; 280 Locke Dr, Marlborough, MA 01752

  • Questions: contact collaborations@neiacademy.org

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Join us for a workshop where Babson leaders will demonstrate how Babson’s Youth Impact Lab empowers both parents and educators to integrate Babson’s signature student-centric approach to problem-solving into their daily lives. 

Participants will be engaging in dynamic, hands-on activities. For example, they will be prototyping an entrepreneurial game that they can use at home to support their children’s development of an entrepreneurial mindset. This will allow parents and educators to embrace—and simultaneously experience—the power of Babson’s youth curriculum, which allows children to become the co-creators of their own learning journey.

This workshop will be utilizing the EPIC (Entrepreneurship Program for Innovators and Changemakers) Youth Curriculum. EPIC is a youth entrepreneurship program that uses a proven method of teaching entrepreneurship to youth to increase resiliency and entrepreneurial self-efficacy. Whether your child is interested in someday attending Babson or focused on starting their own business, this curriculum is essential in empowering them to make positive change. 

For an optional tour of NEIA before the event, register here.

Be an Active Participant in your Child's Learning Journey

  • Integrate Babson's Student-centric Approach

  • Learn Through Dynamic Hands-on Activities

  • Develop an Entrepreneurial Mindset

  • Empower Positive Change

Who Should Attend

 

  • Parents looking to learn more about innovative, entrepreneurial education to share with their students
  • Higher education faculty who teach entrepreneurship
  • Deans and administrators at higher education institutions
  • Entrepreneurs and practitioners who also teach
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Meet the Faculty

Beth Goldstein

Beth Goldstein

Director of Strategy and Experiential Learning for the Youth Impact Lab at Babson, and Entrepreneurship Professor at Babson

In addition to teaching entrepreneurship at Babson, Beth is the Director of Strategy and Experiential Learning for the Youth Impact Lab at Babson. Beth has more than 30 years of experience helping entrepreneurs, executives, educators, and students worldwide launch and grow their organizations and careers, and holds a doctorate in education from Johns Hopkins University. Deep in the practice of living and teaching entrepreneurship, Beth is driven to support adult learning, viewing this as the cornerstone of success and change.

About This Workshop

We will demonstrate in this interactive session how Babson’s Youth Impact Lab empowers teachers to integrate Babson’s student-centric approach to problem-solving into their curriculum. We will engage participants in an entrepreneurial activity, such as prototyping an entrepreneurial game that they can use at home to support their children’s development of an entrepreneurial mindset. This will allow participants to embrace and concurrently experience how Babson’s youth entrepreneurship curriculum allows students to become co-creators of their learning journey while increasing students’ and teachers’ entrepreneurial self-efficacy.

Workshop Schedule

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Topic

Time

Instructor

Prototyping an Entrepreneurial Game

6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.

Beth Goldstein

Beth Goldstein

Director of Strategy and Experiential Learning for the Youth Impact Lab at Babson, and Entrepreneurship Professor at Babson

Break

7:15 p.m.

Prototyping an Entrepreneurial Game

7:25 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Beth Goldstein

Beth Goldstein

Director of Strategy and Experiential Learning for the Youth Impact Lab at Babson, and Entrepreneurship Professor at Babson

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