Entrepreneurship Focus Program

285 S. 68th St.

Entrepreneurship Focus Program



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The Entrepreneurship Focus Program is an experiential opportunity for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The program is a partnership with the Lincoln business community, the Gallup Organization, Southeast Community College, and the University of Nebraska. The program will pursue and study entrepreneurship while integrating Business, English, Math, and Social Studies courses. Students will be immersed in a rich environment utilizing community businesses and connections, speakers' series, business plan development, student competitions and student-directed learning.

The E-ship program is located in the Southeast Community College building that houses multiple entrepreneurial resources for Lincoln and the surrounding area. This environment will provide students an opportunity to individually transform their traditional high school experience into real world preparation. Students will have the opportunity to work with local business and financial experts. Students will start from the basics of “What is an entrepreneur?” as they use assessments to identify their own personal strengths. They will complete their year with an entrepreneurial portfolio that includes a collaborative project and/or a ready-to-start business plan.

The program day for the students will generally be for five full hours. This schedule will allow students to take at least two classes at their home high school. Announcements and information from home high schools will be posted daily to keep students informed of happenings at their home high schools. Students will maintain affiliation, participate in athletics and other student activities, and graduate at their home high school.

Students at the Entrepreneurship Focus Program will experience an interdisciplinary high school curriculum with a distinct emphasis on personal skill development and entrepreneurship. Student transcripts will reflect the same course titles as currently assigned by LPS high schools. Major course objectives within each area of instruction, as approved by the Lincoln Board of Education, will guide teacher instruction and student expectations. Differentiated, A.P, and weighted grades courses are offered. Some classes may be eligible for dual credit through Southeast Community College.

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