5 platforms that may assist in creating entrepreneurship abilities amongst college students


Our education system has always strived to give young people the opportunity to build successful and inspiring careers. In today’s world, students need to be prepared for the challenges that will arise in the future and therefore they should have a deep knowledge of the discipline they have chosen. You must have problem solving skills, team spirit, leadership skills, and the ability to adapt to the constantly evolving environment.

Indeed, these skills are the cornerstone of entrepreneurship. Therefore, in addition to traditional subjects such as science, math and social sciences, which provide basic knowledge, it is important that students are also taught entrepreneurship skills from the start.

To climb the corporate ladder or tread the entrepreneurship path, below are some entrepreneurship education platforms that can help you develop entrepreneurial skills during elementary school education.

1. MetamorphosisEdu

MetamorphosisEdu is a virtual school that teaches entrepreneurship to grade 6-12 students. This Hyderabad-based edtech platform was founded in 2018 by Mr. Pavan Allena when he felt the need to empower young minds with entrepreneurial skills and guide them on a path of leadership and innovation.

Metamorphosis offers the following three study modules as part of its flagship program: Incubator Program, Certification Course, School of Entrepreneurship. Along with the courses on offer, they continue to run skills development programs for students to improve their thinking power.

2. Kidspreneur

Kidspreneur is an entrepreneurship education provider for students ages 7-18. It was founded in 2012 by Mohanalakshmi and her husband Kalasalingam.S

This entrepreneurial platform offers three courses to encourage and nurture self-confident young people. These three courses – Kidspreneur MBA, Kidspreneur EDU, Kidspreneur PRO – give kids the chance to learn firsthand how to start a business and run their own. There are also these programs in levels I, II and III for different age groups.

3. Entrepreneurship for children by Galit Zamler

The Entrepreneurship for Kids (EFK) program was founded by Galit Zamler with the aim of offering the target schools from a young age case-study-based entrepreneurial studies.

The SFAO program aims to make entrepreneurship education accessible to everyone. The program consists of 2 parts. Part 1 deals with empowering young students to develop entrepreneurial skills and Part 2 features the Entrepreneur for Kids program for fourth graders and above, and the Young Entrepreneurship program for middle and high school students. Their program covers different aspects of entrepreneurship through experiential learning.

4. Bornpreneur

Bornpreneur offers children a unique after-school enrichment program. Her program is designed to stimulate entrepreneurship in children and to make them future industry leaders. BornProdigy, BornToHire and BornCEO are their three programs that provide entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. Through the case study-based program, children learn business strategy and entrepreneurial skills.

The experimental learning process helps children start their own business in a fun and productive way.

5. Clever Harvey

Clever Harvey is an Ivy League educational initiative designed to guide young students ages 13-16 to bridge the gap between academic learning and the real world.

The platform was developed by IIM graduates for students in grades 8 to 12. The platform launched India’s first exclusive 10-day online junior MBA program on April 6, 2020. In this way, Clever Harvey enables every student to learn critical thinking and business acumen, and discover endless career opportunities for the future. Only a few tracks in the Junior MBA program are Junior CMO, Junior CEO and Junior CTO.

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