Leadership Multi-day trip to Washington D.C which will include seminars provided by leaders from government, business and nonprofit organizations who will provide insight about leadership that will both inform and inspire career development. L.E.O. Program students will hear from leaders, who serve in many different roles, in a plethora of industries, from all walks of life. Learn and earn the value of when to lead and when to follow, as a supportive member of a cohesive team.
Entrepreneurship Over the course of the two semesters, working in teams and guided by volunteer leaders from a variety of industries, students will develop a business model from ideation to investor pitch. In the entrepreneurship process, students develop life skills including critical thinking, creative problem solving, public speaking, teamwork and resilience. Students will develop a minimum viable product by the end of the spring semester and will pitch the final product or service to a board of advisors, in a shark tank style presentation.
Opportunity The opportunity to learn from successful entrepreneurs and leaders in both public, private, and nonprofit industries. Students will experience a (life-altering) learning experience in entrepreneurship while attending Don Bosco Prep. In addition, internships in government or business will be made available on a case-by- case basis. The LEO Program will emphasize the importance of giving back.