This summer, Youth Business Camp Switzerland is launching a unique program for kids ages 12 to 15.
The camp will take place at the Boutique Starling Hotel, located by the lake on the EPFL campus.
Given the current COVID-19 measures of the Swiss Confederation, this year’s camp will be held as a day camp only.
IN THE PROGRAM:
-Ten days (Monday to Friday), 09:00- 17:30
-Daily group work with a mentor on developing business ideas
-10 business topics presented by leading entrepreneurs, global brands, celebrities, and Start-Ups
-2 field trips
-Business idea pitch on day 10
-Daily free-time activities
-Food and snacks included
-A network of new friendships
-COVID-19: full refund if camps are canceled.
Download program in .pdf format - Program.pdf
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