Entrepreneur classroom lecturer
Duncanville High School
… through WFAA on why he is teaching young people to be entrepreneurs.
Many North Texas school and college programs focus on teaching students to become skilled workers.but Duncan I have high hopes for the kids in his entrepreneurship class. Dallas Farmers Market.
Duncan’s class of students set up tables in the market to sell cupcakes in different flavors, including chocolate, red velvet, pumpkin spice, strawberry, and fruity pebbles.
Students also manufacture and sell custom jewelry, clothing, hair and beauty products, and more. Duncan guides you through mastering key startup steps such as business plans and elevator his pitch.
Duncan told WFAA: “But why not raise them to be bosses?”
one student, Aaliyah Cartercalled the class a “huge game-changer.”
“Usually schools don’t even think about having very hands-on entrepreneurship classes, so you get more experience,” Carter told WFAA.
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