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Following public health guidelines, we are carefully monitoring the ongoing situation. Like many of you, this uncertainty impacts our planning for summer camp sessions. We are dedicated to providing meaningful summer experiences for our campers but we are also realistic about many families’ ability to plan given the uncertainty. Our teams and partners are actively planning the transition of summer camps to virtual, remote sessions. We want to continue to offer interesting and valuable learning experiences to our campers. FAQ page | Latest ASU updates |
Grade in Fall of 2020: 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade,12th Grade
Calling all Young Global Entrepreneurs! Have you ever seen a problem in your community and wanted to solve it? Do you want to make a difference in the world and bring value to those in it? This hands-on camp is the perfect place for you!
Young Global Entrepreneurs is open to all high school students dreaming about making social impact & uplifting their communities through startups.
Open to ALL High School Students
The camp curriculum consists of three learning modules:
Introduction to Global Mindset
We Are All Creative
Panel: Student Life 101: A Conversation with Thunderbird Students
New Trends in Entrepreneurship
Global Marketing with Professor John Zerio
Panel: Taking Flight After Graduation: Starting Your Career After Graduation
Eva is the director of the global family business & entrepreneurship center for Thunderbird School of Global Management (a unit of Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise) where she teaches global entrepreneurship at the undergraduate level. She has vast practice designing and managing entrepreneurial development programs for private and non-profit organizations. She is recognized for designing the first business accelerator in Puerto Rico and managing other initiatives that today are considered founding pillars of the Puerto Rico entrepreneurial ecosystem.
She started an academic career in 2013, co-leading the entrepreneurship curriculum redesign at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón and delivering courses in entrepreneurship, family business, franchising and international business.
In 2014, she started her own firm under the name of Vaulting Ventures and worked primarily designing executive education courses and startup accelerator programs to support new ventures development. Some of her customers included Empresas Fonalledas, Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico, and Bellagio General Contractor. In 2011 she was selected to be part of the first UCLA W-50 class, a program designed to equip our next generation of global women leaders for service as board directors. In 2011 she also completed the MIT Venture Mentoring Service Immersion Program. Ms. Vázquez is a Price - Babson Fellow in Entrepreneurship Education. Ms. Vázquez has also participated as judge in Startup Chile, Startup Peru and WeMENA startups accelerators.
Ms. Vázquez is a Doctorate Candidate from IE Business School (Madrid, Spain) expecting to graduate in 2020. Her current research activities focus on startup accelerators and how these platforms’ learning components may be influencing their performance. She has a Master’s in Research Methodology in Management Science from IE Business School and a Master’s in International Business from Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, obtaining a bachelor’s degree of Communications majoring in Advertising achieving the highest GPA of her class.
She is a former member of the Track and Field Puerto Rico National Team and holds the Central American female pole-vaulting record of 1997.
Due to a shared passion for entrepreneurship and innovation, the Thunderbird Global Entrepreneur Camp partnered with the Arizona Impact Business Challenge, to give our campers a free registration to this first Social Business Competition for high school students in Arizona.
The Arizona Social Impact Business Challenge is possible thanks to the Zuckerberg Institute, Microsoft Alumni Network, Phoenix Ivy Council, and 33 North Partners.
This is not an event organized by Arizona State University or Thunderbird School of Global Management, so participation is strictly voluntarily and by no means required to register and participate in the Summer Camp.
Students who are interested can join or learn more about the Arizona Impact Business Challenge by visiting the following website: www.azsibc.org
Please use the code: AZSIBCTHUNDERBIRD to get the 100% discount on the registration fee.
Registration Deadline: CLOSED
When: June 8, 9, 10, 2020
Eligibilty: Grade in Fall 2020: 8th Grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade
For program inquiries, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-543-6695