We’re excited to bring Project ECHO to your classroom and ignite your students’ interest in business and entrepreneurship. By offering your students the full Project ECHO Business Academy, combined with our events and business plan competitions hosted at UCLA, your students will thank you as they incorporate their Project ECHO experience into their college admission essays, their first resumes and on job applications.
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    General Information

    School registration applications are currently being accepted for the 2017-2018 academic year. Every teacher who plans to participate in Project ECHO must complete their own application, regardless if another teacher from the same school has registered. ECHO communicates directly with teachers to facilitate the program throughout the program year. Participation in Project ECHO Business Academy is offered at no charge to schools or their students, however events have registration fees. Once your application is processed, you'll be contacted to confirm your participation.

    Save-The-Dates!

    Upcoming Project ECHO Events will be hosted at UCLA, Anderson School of Management/Korn Hall: Dates remain tentative until further notified 1) Business Boot Camp #1: Friday, October 20, 2017, 8:30am - 12pm 2) Business Boot Camp #2: Friday, December 1, 2017, 8:30am - 1pm 3) Mega Mentor Day: Friday, March 16, 2018, 8:30am - 3pm 4) Finals Business Plan Competition: Sunday, April 8, 2018, 8:30am - 3pm
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    It's a fun year ahead with lots of events at UCLA.

    A lot of planning goes into hosting our events at UCLA and we need to get an early head count so we can plan accordingly. By checking the boxes below, you're demonstrating your interest in attending these events. As event dates approach, you'll receive a separate registration form and parent permission slip to distribute to your students. Summary of Events Teacher Boot Camp: Led by a Master Teacher, this session is for new and returning ECHO teachers. This class will provide an overview of the Project ECHO entrepreneurial curriculum and provides an open forum for teachers to discuss best practices in implementing the program into the classroom. Free Boot Camps 1 and 2: Hosted in the Fall, Boot Camps are events that launch the entrepreneurial curriculum. Boot Camp 1 will introduce Ideation and Marketing. Boot Camp 2 will introduce Finance and Pitch. Expert speakers present the topics while UCLA MBA graduate students work one on one with teens to reinforce topics through multiple breakout sessions. Fee- includes both events: $30 per student (Register by September 15 and save $15 per student) Mega Mentor Day: Project ECHO’s Mega Mentor Day brings the students back to UCLA and allows them to collaborate with MBA mentors in preparation for the Business Plan Competition. Students should plan to attend with their business team and should be prepared to review their written business plan with MBA mentors in addition to practicing their business pitch on center stage. MBA mentors will help fine tune the plans and pitches by providing constructive feedback intended to help teens have a successful experience. (Free) Finals Business Plan Competition: Our marquis event, this vibrant business plan competition allows high school entrepreneurs to present their written business plans and formal pitch decks to the judges. A school can enroll two teams per category of competition. Winning teams walk away with cash start-up funds. Fee: $40 per student. (Register by January 15 and save $20 per student)
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