FLEX HeadStart: Business/Economics

From the basics of writing a business plan to the study of economics, the social impact of business, and entrepreneurship.

Classes include Exploring Business, Entrepreneurship, Microeconomics, and more!

While exploring the different aspects of business is — how it works and how to run a successful business — students will participate in projects and exercises that encourage socially-minded entrepreneurship that translates into daily life skills and successful habits.

Not only will students learn the basics of business, students will create a pitch-deck and present full business proposals.

How It Works

  • Explore how different aspects aspects of businesses work.
  • Learn how to run a successful business.
  • Participate in projects and exercises that encourage socially-minded entrepreneurship
  • Practice daily life skills to establish habits for success.
This course will serve as a fun and engaging introduction to the world of business. While exploring what business is, how it works, and how to run a successful business, students will participate in projects and exercises to encourage socially-minded entrepreneurship that translates into daily life skills and successful habits.

Meet The Team

  • Carnegie Mellon University: BS Economics and Statistics
  • Experience at JP Morgan, Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs
  • 5+ years of Teaching Experience in High School and College
  • Claremont Graduate University: M.S. Financial Engineering
  • UC Irvine: B.A. Business Economics
  • 2010 USAMO (USA Math Olympiad) Qualifier