The BBYO Michigan Business and Entrepreneurship Institute is the place to be for any Jewish high school teen interested in the business world! Want to learn more? Click here!
While living on campus at the University of Michigan, participants learn about business marketing, product development, finance and competitive advantage from local business leaders (like those at Google Ann Arbor and more) and how these skills can jumpstart their future careers. The program, powered by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, finishes with a competition where groups present their own, original business plans to a panel of judges from the Michigan business community – the winners get cash to fund their plan!
Teens also learn how Jewish ethics relate to business, celebrate Shabbat together, enjoy their independence on campus and can opt-in to tons of other fun and interesting programs. They also take trips to places like Detroit Tigers baseball games, the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and Cedar Point Amusement Park!
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Countdown to Program Start
July 19, 2015
Dates and Location
|Dates:||July 19 – July 31, 2015|
University of Michigan and Ann Arbor, MI
Teens live in the dorms at the University of Michigan, with access to all campus facilities. They also spend time in the greater Ann Arbor area during their programming, for day trips and during free time.
Fall Savings: Apply and enroll by November 17, 2014 to save up to $600 off tuition! Alumni families will receive a $300 fall savings plus a $300 alumni savings. New to a BBYO-Summer Discovery program? You'll receive a $300 fall savings.
Standard Pricing: $3,799
BBYO Michigan Business and Entrepreneurship Institute + CLTC 5
BBYO’s on Campus Summer Experiences are open to all Jewish teens – not just BBYO members! These programs are planned in partnership with another organization – either a university, a university Hillel or Summer Discovery – to provide the most college-like experience possible, while also including on Jewish values and learning in the mix.