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California Entrepreneurship Educator Conference 2022

Apr 29 — Online

Hosted by San Diego State University’s Lavin Center for Entrepreneurship, the California Entrepreneurship Educator Conference (CEEC) brings together an international network of thought-leaders and educators who advance the discipline of entrepreneurship research and pedagogy. For 2022, the CEEC conference format is being disrupted to provide educators globally with “more” insight and content depth in three specific areas: Entrepreneurship and Ethics Entrepreneurship and the Disadvantaged Entrepreneurial Mindset The focus on just three core areas with a…

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Ted Dintersmith, What School Could Be: The Role of Entrepreneurship in Education

Jan 26 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern Time

Ted Dintersmith, the author of the book What School Could Be, joins us to start the 2022 Entrepreneurship in Education webinar series. In this webinar, we will discuss some of the insights Ted found touring American schools. Firstly, he set out to raise awareness of the need to innovate education to prepare students for an ever-changing world. However, he found that many teachers were already on the case. “All across the country, he met teachers…

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Dr. Henry Mack, Changing Workforce Education with an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Feb 16 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern Time

In this webinar, Dr. Henry Mack III joins us to discuss his work to revitalize the Florida Department of Education’s workforce education programs. With influence across the education system in Florida, their efforts to boost career and technical education with entrepreneurial attitudes and skills may be a model for other states. About our Guest: Henry Mack currently serves as Chancellor at the Florida Department of Education, a position he has held since October 2019. As…

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Kathy Boyd, Preparing Students for the Future of Work

Mar 16 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern Time

Kathy Boyd joins us to discuss her initiatives to bring entrepreneurial attitudes and skills to the Orange County Department of Education and the students they serve. She has led an effort to bring an entrepreneurial mindset to classrooms across her county. In this discussion, we will chat about the importance of teaching every student to think like an entrepreneur. This is regardless of starting a business.  One such initiative is the Entrepreneurship Mindset Pathway Project.…

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Cultivating Entrepreneurial Mindsets: In Classrooms, Organizations, and Communities—Monthly Webinar Event

Online

Learn how to optimize engagement & unleash potential The world has changed in ways that now require everyone to think like an entrepreneur. After all, entrepreneurs are resilient and resourceful, creative and critical thinkers who possess the 21st-century skills the world now demands. What is an entrepreneurial mindset? Why is it important? And, how can we cultivate it in ourselves and others? In this webinar, internationally recognized thought leader Gary Schoeniger will discuss the entrepreneurial mindset…

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Entrepreneurship in Education Series: Tony Wagner, An Unconventional Education

Feb 25 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern

In this webinar, internationally recognized author and education policy expert Tony Wagner will discuss how an unconventional education informed his work and how our schools can better prepare the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. Tony Wagner is a globally recognized expert in education. He is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Learning Policy Institute. Previously, Tony held a variety of positions at Harvard University including an Expert in Residence at the Harvard Innovation…

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Entrepreneurship in Education Series: Duncan Smith, The People’s University

Mar 24 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern

As EBSCO’s Chief Strategist for Public Libraries, Duncan Smith will discuss how libraries are becoming a more vital part of entrepreneurial ecosystems throughout the US.  Google and the Kauffman Foundation are just two of the organizations that are investing in public libraries as vehicles to expand services to entrepreneurs. This conversation will focus on libraries as the hidden gem of community innovation and discuss ways it can become a more vital part of your community’s…

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Entrepreneurship in Education Series: Jonathan Ortmans, Piloting The Pivot: The Imperative of an Entrepreneur Led Recovery

Apr 14 — Online
1:00 pm, Eastern

In this webinar, we will talk with Jonathan Ortmans, President of the Global Entrepreneurship Network —which operates in 180+ nations—about how GEN this year is organizing governments, corporations, startup communities, and investors around what Ortmans predicts will be a post-pandemic boom for new firm formation and growth by the end of 2022.   We will discuss how GEN’s academies are racing to train and certify mentors, investors, and entrepreneurs as leaders of the entrepreneur-led recovery, and…

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Entrepreneurship in Education Series: Milena Stoycheva, A European Perspective

May 12 — Online
12:00 pm, Eastern

As an entrepreneur, educator, and CEO of JA Bulgaria, Milena Stoycheva is passionate about the opportunity for young people to develop their talents and discover their future as entrepreneurs. In this webinar, Milena will discuss the work she is doing to promote entrepreneurship in education across Europe.    Milena Stoycheva is a Crazy Dreamer and Fire Starter, a.k.a. CEO of JA Bulgaria and its spin-off company The Edge: Research & Development. She also teaches Innovation and…

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