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YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CONSORTIUM. APRIL 12, 2016. R.G. Drage Career Technical Center. 2800 Richville Drive. SW, Massillon, Ohio 44646.
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THE

STUDENT SUCCESS

SUMMIT

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CONSORTIUM | APRIL 12, 2016

YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CONSORTIUM

APRIL 12, 2016 R.G. Drage Career Technical Center 2800 Richville Drive. SW, Massillon, Ohio 44646

YoungMindsGreatFutures.org

SUMMIT INFORMATION

AGENDA

SUMMIT INFORMATION

CONNECT WITH US

Preparing more students for success in college or on the job impacts everyone—not just our schools, teachers, and students, but the entire community. This event is designed to showcase the impactful work happening in our districts and to learn and engage with students, educators, and local entrepreneurs to share ideas, strategies, and examples of how the YEC is making an impact in Ohio to prepare students for the future.

Share your knowledge, key takeaways, or something you heard by tagging your social media posts with the hashtag #YECStudentSuccess. For the latest news, blogs, and photos, check out the YEC website: www.youngmindsgreatfutures.org

TIME

EVENT

LOCATION

8:30–9 a.m.

Registration & Breakfast

Main Hallway

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE

9–10 a.m.

Summit Kickoff

Auditorium

10:05–10:45 a.m.

District/Partner Gallery Walk Learning Sessions 1

Main Hallway Classroom A–F

10:50–11:30 a.m.

District/Partner Gallery Walk Learning Sessions 2

Main Hallway Classroom A–F

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Lunch

Main Hallway

12:35–1 p.m.

Sharing Ideas on Entrepreneurship and Work-Based Learning

Auditorium

1:05–1:50 p.m.

District/Partner Gallery Walk Learning Sessions 3

Main Hallway Classroom A–F

INTERNET ACCESS

1:55–2:40 p.m.

District/Partner Gallery Walk Learning Sessions 4

Main Hallway Classroom A–F

R.G. Drage provides free wireless internet access. The password code will be shared throughout the day or available at the registration desk.

2:45–3:30 p.m.

Closing Session

Auditorium

THANK YOU Thank you for joining us at the inaugural Young Entrepreneurs Consortium Student Success Summit. We appreciate your willingness to grow professionally and we hope you walk away with new ideas you can put into use in your school, classroom, or organization. A special thank you to the Summit Planning Team, to R.G. Drage for providing the venue space, to the R.G. Drage Culinary Arts Program for providing lunch, to Stark State for providing their mobile welding lab, and to the district educators and students for participating.

ASSISTANCE Please stop by the registration desk if you need assistance. We will be happy to help you.

The Certificate of Attendance is included in the Summit materials available at the registration desk. This will serve as official documentation for CEUs for you to utilize in professional development.

ABOUT OHIO’S STRAIGHT A FUND The Straight A Fund, created by Gov. John R. Kasich, is a $250 million program that promotes innovative ideas and programs to help transform and modernize Ohio’s education system. Straight A Fund grants provide seed money for the most creative and forward-thinking ideas coming from educators and their partners in the public and private sectors. Funding for the Student Success Summit was provided by grant funds. To learn more, visit: http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Straight-A-Fund.

ABOUT THE YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS CONSORTIUM The Young Entrepreneurs Consortium is a partnership among 12 school districts, three career and technical centers, four higher education institutions, and 12 business and community partners in a 12-county service area from Northeast to Southeast Ohio. With the need to incr