High School Entrepreneurship Students Can Earn College Credit Through Illinois Tech’s Partnership with Uncharted Learning

Illinois Tech News

High school students who partake in entrepreneurial experiences through a rigorous curriculum and who may dream of starting their own business can earn college credit while following their passion, thanks to a new partnership between Stuart School of Business at Illinois Institute of Technology and Uncharted Learning, a not-for-profit organization committed to providing authentic entrepreneurship experiences for students in school districts across the nation.

Through the partnership, Stuart will award up to six credit hours to students who enroll in and complete Uncharted Learning’s year-long INCubatoredu and ACCELeratoredu high school entrepreneurship courses. The two courses provide a sequence in which students explore and develop ideas for their startup business in INCubatoredu and then continue on the path to launching and gaining traction for the business in ACCELeratoredu.

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