CCEP: Community College curricula
The Community College Entrepreneur Pathway’s (CCEP) program provides faculty with a comprehensive set of curricula for teaching entrepreneurship, methods for delivering the content experimentally, printed teaching notes and complete set of course materials, and an on-line portal which can be used by students in the form of an ebook.
The Community College Entrepreneur Pathway Instructor Workshop is a three-day clinic for college faculty providing innovative ways to effectively teach entrepreneurship in the classroom. Leading entrepreneurship educators will demonstrate the cutting edge curricula over the course of the workshop. Participants will receive a full set of classroom curricula covering 18 lessons including extensive teaching notes, lesson PowerPoints, hands-on exercises, quizzes, projects, web resources and in-depth insights into each lesson. The Community College Entrepreneur Pathway curricula makes entrepreneurial practices accessible to students, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to start a new venture launch or successfully navigate the professional world.
The complete set of curricula addresses three critical questions for understanding the entrepreneur’s world:
- Who is the Entrepreneur?
- How Do Entrepreneurs Capture Opportunity?
- How Do Entrepreneurs Build Wealth?
Over 100 faculty from multiple disciplines have been trained in the Community College Entrepreneur Pathway workshop. The next workshop will take place March 2-4, 2018 at Chabot College.