The Entrepreneurship Module allows students to explore the process of creative problem-solving involved in generating, evaluating, and developing ideas to launch new innovative ventures.
Entrepreneurship entails identifying problems in society and coming up with innovative solutions to solve them. Entrepreneurship is taught to TIA students through practical application in the classroom, i.e., providing an environment for students to create businesses or products.
First, students are taught the basics of business, which include budgeting, financing, marketing, and sales. Secondly, mentors from our community guide students through the process of brainstorming business ideas, vetting them, and developing a business plan.
Secondly, TIA students benefit from real-life examples of successful businesses and entrepreneurs of all ages. This helps our students understand the value of persistence, creativity, and risk-taking in achieving entrepreneurial goals.
Lastly, we provide opportunities for TIA students to present and showcase their developed businesses to the public through a student business fair we hold twice a year. This all helps our students develop their entrepreneurial skills and mindset, which will equip them with problem-solving, critical thinking, and leadership skills necessary to succeed in the 21st century.