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The Entrepreneur Program is a culturally 

relevant, hip-hop and project based, common-core aligned curriculum teaching teenagers (grades 7-12) how to start a business.

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THE PROGRAM

Ages 13-19

Grades 7-12

10 Subjects

30+ Lesson Plans

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…a curriculum common core 

aligned for grades 7-12 

in the subjects of:

Reading -1

Writing and Comprehension -2

Speaking and Listening -3

History/Social Studies -4



 

…lesson plans honoring pioneers, inventors and entrepreneurs 

in African American 

History.


 


a curriculum 

students are interested in

Teach entrepreneurship by 

using a hip-hop artist as 

the business owner, and 

music as the product.




…empower your students! 

Teach them ownership 

and how to turn an idea 

into a real business!




Creative Writing -1

Brand Development -2

Copyright Law -3

Trademark Law -4

Open a Business -5

Business Banking -6

Business Taxes -7

Business Management -8

Publishing -9

Digital Distribution -10

Intro to Marketing*

Web Design*




The Entrepreneur Program is designed for distant learning and is accessible via Online Classes through a subscription.

(subscription packages below)

“We believe that the purpose of education is to turn your dreams into reality. Learn from a curriculum you’re interested in.”                               

                                                                             - C. Alassan

                                       Educator @ Promise Academy

                                                          Harlem, New York


 




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Do you have an idea for a product that will solve a problem? Or an idea for a service that will help your community? Are you a talented songwriting and want to be a music artists or manager? Are you a popular person and want to be a Social Media Influencer?

 

The Entrepreneur Program will show you how to turn your ideas into a business! You’ll learn about some of the most successful entrepreneurs in African American history. You’ll learn what it takes to be your own boss, make your own money and serve your community!

 



- write creatively

- create a logo

- own your creative content

- start a business

- open a business bank account

- manage a business

- manage business taxes

- publish content

- distribute products online

- market a product* 

- and design your own website*




Tell your teacher you want this curriculum in your school! Want us to do it for you? Send us a message.




COMMON CORE

BLACK HISTORY

HIP-HOP BASED

ENTRPRENEURSHIP

PROGRAM SUBJECTS

PLATFORMS

LEARN WITH PURPOSE

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A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Music Publishing 4 Freshmen

“Learn how to independently collect royalties for your creative works

 streams, downloads!”

ONLINE CLASS SCHEDULE

Classes taught by instructors from The Entrepreneur Program

Sessions

Morning

Afternoon

Evening


Class Length

1-2 hour Classes


Program Durations 

1 Academic School Year 

8-Week Summer Program

12-Week Semester Program

16-Week Semester Program



Add-On Services

1- 1on1 Business Consulting

2- Logo Design

3- Website Design

4- Product Packaging Design

5- Flyer/Business Card Design & Printing

6- T-Shirts Design & Printing

7- Digital Marketing Campaigns 

8- Copyright filing

9- Trademark filing

10- LLC Registration

11- Business Tax services

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THE BOOKS

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Creative Writing 4 Freshmen

“Learn the fundamentals of being a creative writing. Enhance your wordplay and much more!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Brand Development 4 Freshmen

“Learn how to create a powerful logo for your brand to sell your product or service!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Copyrights 4 Freshmen

“Learn how to legally claim ownership of your creative work so you can receive royalties!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Trademarks 4 Freshmen

“Learn how to legally claim ownership of your brand so you can protect your product or service!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Business Incorporation 4 Freshmen

“Learn how to turn your hobby into a real business!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Business Banking 4 Freshmen

“Learn the fundamentals of how to manage your business income!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Business Taxes 4 Freshmen

“Learn the fundamentals of 

tax law and bookkeeping 

to protect your business!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Artist Management 4 Freshmen

“Learn the fundamentals of 

managing the your business 

as an entrepreneur!”

A Self-Help Book for Aspiring Music Artists, Managers and Entrepreneurs

Digital Distribution 4 Freshmen

“Learn the fundamentals of distributing content digitally world-wide 

as an entrepreneur!”

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3920 Broadway 

New York, NY 10032

Office Hours: 8am - 7pm

Phone: (646) 329-2543

Email: info@theentrepreneurprogram.org


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