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Rotary Camp Enterprise

Rotary Camp Enterprise is a program whereby HS Juniors learn how to create and operate a business.

For each of the last 30 years, the Rotary Club of Austin has engaged a total of over 3,000 High School Juniors in a 3-day business camp called Camp Enterprise. Students learn how to come up with an idea for a business and work in Teams to create that business, organize a business plan, finance it, market it and operate it. The Teams compete against each other in front of successful business owners for scholarship prizes. Over 30 Rotarians teach 100 students at this exciting and intensive Camp each year. Students leave the Camp inspired and enabled to create their own businesses to contribute to the economic vitality of the local community and seeded to become Rotarians in the future.


Project location
United States
Project dates
Start: 10 February 2012
End:  10 February 2012

✓ This project is complete.
Project category
Vocational
Funding
Project contacts
Mr. W. Gaines Bagby, Austin| (contact)
Partners
Austin, TX, USA (Rotary Club)
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IMPACT TRACKER

Total volunteer hours
2,100
Hours
Number of volunteers
30
People
Total cash contributions
25,000
USD
Total in-kind contributions
8,000
USD

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