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From Vision to Action

Entrepreneurship and Employment Curriculum with a Global Perspective

This project-based modular curriculum provides students with the opportunity to plan and carry out real-world entrepreneurial projects, write business plans, and learn job readiness skills such as interviewing, conducting job searches, and resumé writing in a global context.

Entrepreneurship Modules 1 and 2 give students the tools and skills to develop a business from the ground up.



Module 1: Open For Business






Module 2: How to Start and Operate a Socially Responsible Business

Employment Modules 3 and 4 emphasize life competency skills enabling students to acquire and retain well-paying meaningful jobs.



Module 3: How to Find the Job You Love




Module 4: How to Become an Intra-preneur

From Vision to Action  provides:

  • Active participation through Experiential Learning in all aspects of business and employment
  • Emphasis on Technology with lessons in MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and the Internet
  • Unique Global Connection lessons including topics such as import/export, global trade and cross-cultural communication
  • Opportunities for Real World Exchanges via e-mail with peers in other countries
  • Hands-on Community Service and Leadership projects
  • Interdisciplinary work in English, math, economics, social studies, and computers.

    From Vision to Action  is a modular program that can be purchased as a stand-alone curriculum for a business academy or as a supplement to a math, economics, social studies, or computer class. The Global Connections component that teaches students about today's global marketplace is also available separately to meet multi-cultural studies requirements.

    For further information about the From Vision to Action  curriculum, please call (202) 347-0130.




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