2021-22 Global Business and Entrepreneurship

CAPS Business Afternoon
CAPS Business Afternoon Students

Front row, from left, are Jake Rhodes, Grant Trentmann and Garrett Glastetter. Second row, from left, are Alyssa Prewitt, Amber Christeson, Emily Molitor, Gabby Woll, Julia Craven, Layna Farrell and Katie Frankenberg. Third row, from left, are Abigail Waters, Taylor Hoelscher, Chloe Thacker, Kaylee Karll and Sheyann Gunn. Not pictured is Cole Kimminau.

  Global Business Mission Statement

"Our mission as young business men and women is to develop new companies in our community by inspiring, educating, and innovating for professional success in a dynamic, global environment."

Global Business Course Description

This course introduces students to the knowledge, attributes and skills entrepreneurs need to create and launch their own business concepts.

The cutting-edge thinkers of tomorrow will experience a unique and creative learning atmosphere conducive to business innovation. The course allows students to frame learning opportunities as they research ideas, analyze market viability, create prototypes and solutions as well as pitch their projects to actual business and community leaders.

Students are taught the foundations of business needed to start companies while developing skills and talents necessary to invent their own careers.

Global Business

Cathy Jinkerson

Career Pathways

Program of Study

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Online Payments
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Ignite Syllabus

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