Making A Job is a nationally recognized program that takes students from the initial stages of identifying and analyzing potential business opportunities in their own world…school, home, community…through the development of a business plan for a viable entrepreneurial business venture. This experience-based learning program focuses on business creation. It can be infused into regularly scheduled classes in consumer sciences, social studies, language arts, math, careers/life skills, and vocational training and technology. The program also can be offered as an after-school experience, a summer camp activity, or a stand-alone course in entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial thinking. The program includes the curriculum, instructor manual, student guide, personal journal, educational standards guide, and online resources.
- MAJ Curriculum Scope
- Instructor Manual Sample
- Student Guide Sample
- Personal Journal Sample
- Essential Education Standards and Benchmarks Sample