Entrepreneurial Education Conference- Ball State University



Ball State University
12175 Visionary Way
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Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm


Teachers play a vital role in equipping young people with the entrepreneurial skills to become innovators that will fuel the economy of tomorrow. These skills include identifying problems, designing solutions, taking risks, and collaborating.

This interactive PGP-eligible conference will provide you with real-world strategies for nurturing student talent and incorporating entrepreneurial skill sets into your classroom curriculum.


Speakers will include experienced entrepreneurs, thought leaders and K-12 educators, such as:


Tim Scales, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, Indiana University East

Iris Hammel, Program Director of St. Joe CEO Program, co-founder of TeachMe3D.org and Connected Classroom, Program Developer and Lead Teacher of LIFE Charter School

Michael Goldsby, Chief Entrepreneurship Officer, Stoops Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director Emeritus of the Entrepreneurship Center and Program, Ball State University 


The final session will be a dynamic panel discussion of successful young entrepreneurs:

Zach Baker, High School Senior and CEO of PassWhiz

Brandon Boynton, High School Senior and CEO of Most Beastly Studios, LLC

Bradford Wolf, High School Senior and CEO of the Storybook Factory

Facilitated by Steve Guenin, Innovation Course Developer at Hamilton Southeastern High School 


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