MIT Global Entrepreneurship Teachers Bootcamp 2016 – Cambridge, MA
Deadline: June 1, 2016
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is now accepting applications for the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Teachers Bootcamp. The Teachers Bootcamp is MIT’s flagship entrepreneurship education program that addresses gaps in the modern education system to help educators prepare students now for the uncertain future of tomorrow.
The MIT Global Entrepreneurship Teachers Bootcamp is a 3-month entrepreneurship educator’s program that begins with a one-and-half week, intensive, in-person training program for those who want to teach entrepreneurship, run bootcamps, incubators, accelerators and other similar programs. The next teachers bootcamp will be at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, August 7–17, 2016, Cambridge, MA.
This is a highly selective program for highly motivated educators.
You want to learn more about how we teach the Disciplined Entrepreneurship framework through our residential bootcamps and to implement them.
You are looking for new and innovative ways to help your team pilot change in a large organization. Come and learn how to be a facilitator of MIT’s innovation-driven entrepreneurship.
You have been tasked with a mandate to transform your company from the bottom-up, by championing innovation-driven entrepreneurial teams. Come and be with kindred spirits. We’ll help you transition your company to a new pathway forward.
Admissions to the MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is highly selective and based on the following five criteria:
- Focus on excellence
- Contribution to community
- Team & cultural fit
- Entrepreneurship potential
How to Apply
- Start your application here.
- Admissions are made on a rolling basis. Please don’t wait till the last day, June 1, 2016 to apply.
NOTE: Admissions and scholarships will be awarded based on merit. Do not let cost prevent you from applying!
For more information, visit MIT Global Entrepreneurship Teachers Bootcamp.