Engaged entrepreneurship students

Student Entrepreneurship
Programs

Engaging Students in a Learn-By-Doing, Real-World Setting

Imagine your students as problem solvers, active learners, and fully engaged. We help schools and districts bring this vision to life through a suite of student entrepreneurship courses that you can integrate into your current curricular offering.

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students impacted over 8 years
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Level up your current course progression, create a CTE pathway, or reinvigorate business education, social studies or STEM.  These programs are comprehensive yet flexible.

We Understand That Every District Has Unique Needs and Budgets

We can work with you to find the best fit.

 

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The Uncharted Difference

 

  • Authentic
    Students learn and practice industry-based skills in a real-world environment (not a simulation)
  • Experiential
    Project-based learning leads to better engagement and deeper learning
  • Connected
    Students will stay connected to the community, industry, and “the what” and “the why” of what they are learning
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Empower Students,
Ignite Educators

Uncharted Learning’s approach empowers students, ignites a new flame for educators, and engages entire communities.

Students learn and apply business start-up practices and concepts to projects they’re passionate about. They build, test, learn, apply, and embrace the cycle of experimentation, which is core to entrepreneurship and is a great training ground for life. They get comfortable with failing and learning from failure. Working in teams and being supported by a dynamic mix of teachers, coaches, and mentors, all translates to deeper learning and skill-building.

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Elementary School Teacher

“It was an excellent project-based learning [unit] that helped me teach my students the true meaning of collaboration.”

Elementary School Teacher,
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Success Stories
5th grader

“Being an entrepreneur to me means that I can do whatever I set my mind to.”

5th grader,
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Success Stories
Dan Weidner

“The energy and enthusiasm it creates for IT and tech is the greatest success.”

Dan Weidner,
Director of Academic Programs and Pathways, District 214
Success Stories