Monday, March 4, 2013

Oklahoma Business Week for 9th-12th graders

Please share this information with the teachers and 9th-12th grade students (even graduating seniors) in your school that would benefit from unparalleled experience in Business, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership.

Students can combine the summer fun they crave with real world business experience. Plus, they will take a test run of college life, meet new friends, strengthen their leadership skills, explore their career options, and get the chance to win a scholarship or a laptop computer. All in just one week!  Watch this video to learn more!

Oklahoma Business Week is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers firsthand experience with the world of business! Participants become part of a “company” and work together in various events and competitions! Everyone will also have the opportunity to interact and learn from business leaders. Students and teachers will gain skills in leadership, communication, team building, responsibility, money management, entrepreneurship, marketing and more. At OBW you’ll learn the business world can be serious stuff, but it can also be fun!

Oklahoma Business Week will be held on the campus of East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, June 2-7, 2013. Participants will live in the dorms and participate in a variety of activities on the ECU campus. This is a great opportunity for students to get a feel of what college life is like!

The cost for camp, including all meals and housing, is $150 per participant. OBW camp is over a $750 value but due to our generous supporters, we are able to cover most expenses.

Application review begins March 1st.  We only have slots for 100 student participants and 10 teacher participants, so don’t delay in encouraging potential participants to apply.

For more information, a link to the video, or for an application visit

Oklahoma Business Week.  Real World Experience.  Life Changing Results.

By sharing this email with potentially great student or teacher Oklahoma Business Week participants, you are helping grow future business leaders in Oklahoma.

If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you for your time,
Stacey Bolin, Camp Director
Oklahoma Business Week

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