Paid opportunity for High School students at Columbia Business School

entrepreneurship

Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center of Columbia Business School is launching a new program, the First Generation Entrepreneurs Program for High School Students.

This exclusive program is for rising high school Juniors and Seniors, and it is sponsored by Wells Fargo Bank, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, and Senators Kristen Gillibrand and Charles Schumer. It will be held on consecutive weekdays from August 8 through August 19 and five additional Saturdays during the fall.

Accepted students will:

  • Learn Business Management while earning a stipend
  • Attain a certificate from Columbia Business School
  • Develop a stream of income to support their future endeavors.
  • Please see the attached flyer which includes details about an info session on Saturday, June 18 as well as the application.

Please see attached flyer which includes details about an info session on Saturday, June 18th as well as the application. If you have any questions, contact Pat Lily at prl2114@gsb.columbia.edu or at (212) 854-0216.