Integrate Entrepreneurship into the Classroom – Webinar

Join us July 9th at 11am to learn how to add project-based learning and entrepreneurship into your classroom. Even if it's a virtual classroom!

Entrepreneurship is an essential skill that can be integrated into any high school classroom, including virtual classes.

That’s why we’re excited to host the Integrating Entrepreneurial Mindset webinar July 9th at 11am Central to show you how. Register now for this webinar.

Right now, no one wants another boring Zoom call, but this webinar is not that. This is a specific, energetic, and actionable ways you can integrate the entrepreneurial mindset into any high school classroom.

We’ll introduce you how to integrate entrepreneurship, specific programs and exercises you can use, and ways to get support to teach entrepreneurship.

We look forward to helping you get started with entrepreneurship. Even if you can’t make it live, register so we can send you a recording of the high-energy webinar.


Meet the Speakers

Scott Meyer

Scott Meyer is the Ozbun Executive Director of Entrepreneurship at North Dakota State University. He founded The Nice Center, an entrepreneurship center for innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. This fall, he is working with high schools throughout North Dakota to launch Nice Idea, a community idea competition for high school students.

Previously, Meyer founded 9 Clouds, an automotive inbound marketing agency based in Sioux Falls, SD. He also worked on political campaigns across the country during the 2018 midterms as a digital strategist.

As a community leader and former city councilor, he founded TEDxBrookings, Creativity Week and 1 Million Cups in Brookings.

Meyer has been awarded The South Dakota Spirit of Entrepreneurship, Top 40 Under 40 by Prairie Business Journal and Young Entrepreneur of the Year in South Dakota.

Joe Woodward, Youth Entrepreneurs

Joe joined the team at Koch Industries in 2011 and worked in a variety of accounting and human resources roles. In his last role before joining Youth Entrepreneurs, Joe served as the manager of Koch’s summer internship program which was named one of the top 100 intern programs in the country.

After several years of coaching middle school basketball on the side, Joe shifted his attention to business coaching and founded Student Startup, a non-profit that partners with YE to help high school and college students launch their own “starter business” to pay for school and experience an internship as an entrepreneur.