Albertus Magnus College Features Summer Entrepreneurship Camp
Partners with New Haven Promise to Inspire Future Moguls.
New Haven, Conn, July 12, 2022 – Do you have what it takes to start your own business or develop your own product? Albertus Magnus College will help local high school students answer that question for themselves at the Albertus Magnus College Summer Entrepreneurship Camp. In partnership with New Haven Promise, this three day program will help as many as 20 New Haven area youngsters in grades 9-12 identify their passion and pitch their business product.
|WHO:||New Haven Promise Students in Grades 9-12
Albertus Magnus College Entrepreneurship and Career Leaders
New Haven Promise Officials
|WHAT:||Albertus Magnus College Summer Entrepreneurship Camp|
|WHERE:||Hubert Campus Center
831 Winchester Ave., New Haven
|WHEN:||July 19, 20, and 21 from 9am to 12 Noon|
|WHY:||Are you built for entrepreneurship?|
Areas explored include, “Are You An Entrepreneur?” as well as analyzing business models. Students will hear from people who have taken the “be your own boss” plunge and will get the chance to pitch in front of guest judges. The teens will also get the chance to tour the College’s New Haven campus and see how a liberal arts degree can help make their business dreams come true.
About Albertus Magnus College
About Albertus Magnus College: Albertus Magnus College, founded in 1925, is a Catholic College in the Dominican tradition. It is recognized by external rankings such as US News & World Report Best Colleges, Money Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education. The College has an enrollment of 1,500 students in its traditional undergraduate program, accelerated adult degree programs, and 12 graduate programs, including a new Master of Public Administration and the only Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling program in Connecticut. In the last year, the College received two significant Federal grants in support of student success and well-being: a $300,000 grant from the Department of Justice and a $1.9 million Title III grant from the Department of Education.