The AACSB-accredited College of Business at Clayton State University is proud to announce its inaugural Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy (SEBA) for high school students, a program designed to help prepare students for the future by providing a unique and exciting hands-on learning opportunity.
The week-long academy, which will be held from June 10 through June 15, 2012 on the Clayton State main campus in Morrow, will challenge students to think critically and provides them with a taste of college life. SEBA will be moderated by Clayton State professors from the accounting, finance, management and marketing fields. Topics will include entrepreneurship, business, ethics, free enterprise, teamwork, and personal skills.
The brightest business-path freshman through junior level high schools students are invited to participate in the 2012 Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy. All meals are provided for this program and students will stay in student housing on campus for the week. The fee for accepted students is $695 for the entire week of housing, meals and all SEBA programs. Financial aid and scholarships are available for qualified, selected students.
“Attendees of similar business summer programs at leading universities have come away with life-changing, unforgettable, and rewarding experiences and we are proud to make this available at Clayton State University,” says Dr. Alphonso Ogbuehi, dean of the College of Business.
Participation in this program is limited to 20 students. For more information, please contact the College of Business Office at (678) 466-4528 or visit http://business.clayton.edu/seba.