ABERDEEN, S.D. – High school students aspiring to become entrepreneurs can learn about the business world – and compete for scholarship money – at a Northern State University camp this summer.
The NSU Entrepreneurship Camp will be July 21-23 on the Northern campus.
The camp, the first of its kind to be offered at NSU, is open to high school juniors and seniors. Students will be mentored by business, management and marketing representatives from Northern and local businesses. They will also attend workshops led by these faculty and professionals.
As part of the camp, students will also have the opportunity to compete for five NSU scholarships. For the competition, students will work in groups to develop and present a business idea. Each member of the team with the winning presentation will receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend Northern.
The registration deadline for the entrepreneurship camp is July 1. The registration fee is $200, with an additional cost for students who opt to stay on campus. Sponsorships will be available to help students with the registration fee.