Entrepreneurship Education prepares students to identify & confront challenges and opportunities.

Tina Seelig
Professor of Stanford University , Faculty Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program

Why STEM?

Demand Evidence & Think Critically

Solve Real-World Problems With Creative Solutions

STEM fields encourage spatial reasoning, if-then thinking, problem solving, and creativity. They force students to look at problems from different angles and come up with unique solutions.

Discover a Passion

STEM fields can appear boring or difficult for students who have only encountered them in traditional learning settings. Yet with the right instruction, STEM studies can unlock a whole new world of possibilities

Prepare for Our Evolving Future

An estimated one million STEM jobs will go unfilled by 2020, and it’s time to start equipping our kids with the skills they need to thrive in our ever-changing world. 

About APLUZA Academy

We're on a Mission to Create the Next Generation of Changemakers and Innovators

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Vision of Entreperneurship Education in APLUZA Academy

The future belongs to entrepreneurs. The concept of creating individual and socioeconomic
value through corporate careers seems to have run its course.
Entrepreneurs, in contrast, create futures for themselves and opportunities for others.
We provide children with the opportunity to dream, create and grow their entrepreneurial ideas by encouraging independent thinking,
inspiring creativity, and enabling problem-solving skills that are necessary for a successful future.

Our education system is responsible for preparing young people to build successful lives.
They should be ready for the wide range of possibilities ahead of them, including working for others, starting their own ventures,
and contributing to their communities. All of these options require a depth of knowledge in their chosen discipline,
as well as creative problem solving skills, leadership abilities, experience working on effective teams,
and adaptability in an ever-changing environment.
It’s no coincidence that these are the same capabilities that employers say they want in college graduates.
According to research conducted by National Association of Colleges and Employers,
\they are also the deciding factors when employers compare candidates with equivalent backgrounds. These skills are the cornerstones of entrepreneurship education, which explicitly prepares students to identify and address challenges and opportunities. Therefore, along with teaching traditional subjects, such as science, grammar, and history, that provide foundational knowledge,
it’s imperative that we teach students to be entrepreneurial.

We focus on Kids because it allows us to develop the entrepreneurial problem-solving mindset at the right time.

Long Term Benefits of Early Entrepreneurship Education

Entrepreneurs Who Started Their First Business at an early age

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Mark Zuckerberg Founder of FaceBook

Mark started Facebook at Harvard in 2004 at the age of 19 for students , He is one of the world's youngest billionaires.

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Elon Musk CEO of Tesla

Elon started his first venture selling a video game he created when he was 12 years old. He cofounded the electronic payment firm PayPal and founded the spacecraft company SpaceX.

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Richard Branson Founder of Virgin Airlines

The entrepreneurial bug first bit Branson in the mid 1960s, he grow and sell Christmas trees and budgerigars when he was 10 years old.