The world’s largest and most innovative business school... for Kids
Ensure every Child in the world is taught entrepreneurship skills
This one simple mission helps solve the education,
poverty and youth unemployment crisis the world is faced with - by teaching the upcoming generation how to create wealth.
To be teaching over 50 million K-12 Students by 2022
We invite you to join our cause...
The Harvard Graduate School of Education and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship found that, "Youth who are taught about entrepreneurship show a positive change in attitude and strong success orientation, and are more likely to be focused on academic and professional achievements, aspirations and leadership."
In today’s hyper competitive workplace every worker in business, professional, home or government will need the skills of an entrepreneur in order to succeed. Skills such as:
The Moral and Economic imperative is to ensure every K-12 student around the world is taught
how to think, act and succeed like an entrepreneur
The X-Factor of Learning is kid-driven, game-based, with no teacher nor classroom time required. Powered by the Woogi learning platform (Woogi Connect, Create and Curriculum)
Send us an email if you’d like to learn more about
how we’re revolutionizing the education
industry with our kid-driven, game-based
Over the years we've had students join our game from over 120 different countries.
Here are some of the sites we've been working in:
Economist, entrepreneur, and former CEO of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, a $2B private philanthropic foundation. The Economist named Schramm the "evangelist of entrepreneurship". Schramm stepped down at the end of 2011 after nearly ten years at the helm of Kauffman. The Kansas City Star observed: "Under Schramm's tenure, the foundation laid a geographically bigger entrepreneurship footprint, launching Global Entrepreneurship Week (160 countries, 20k partners and 10 million participants) and leading the nation in entrepreneurship research.” Special Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Policy at the US Department of Labor.
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