What We Believe

Everything we do, we believe in challenging the status quo. We believe in thinking differently. The way we challenge the status quo is by preparing people for the future. We just happen to operate an entrepreneurship school that is fast and affordable.
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Deep Dive

Deep Dive

A revolutionary, fun, fast, and inexpensive program designed for people who:
a) Aren’t ready to go into debt in order to go to college,
b) Have limited or no job skills,
c) Have an idea and want to become successful entrepreneurs
9 months (M - F; 8 hours per day)

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Boot Camp

Boot Camp

An accelerated program designed for professionals and those who:
a) Have at least 3 years full-time work experience,
b) Want to own their own business,
c) Are retired and want to start a business (or turn their hobby into a business).

3 months (weekends; 8 hours per week)

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FAST/5 (Food, Alcohol, Service, Technology in 5 years)

FAST/5 (Food, Alcohol, Service, Technology in 5 years)

An important enhancement to college-level hospitality programs: preparing students for the Future while working at "best practices" companies.
Successful firms must hire people trained for the Future. Entrepreneurs, Innovators and early adopters apply technological innovations...

12 months (Sundays; 4 hours per week)

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Today's Environment

1) College is too expensive, takes too long and is mostly not relevant to one’s future career.

2) Employers find that most people entering the job market are under prepared. Neither high school, nor college are designed to teach marketable skills,

3) Starting a business is fraught with risk and uncertainty. Whether the would-be founder is gainfully employed, retired or just starting a work career, starting a business is complicated. Once the fundamental business ideas are addressed (the concept, marketing, sales and operations), other essential issues must also be addressed (business structure, licenses, insurance, other legal considerations, funding, etc.). Many fledgling entrepreneurs start by “cutting corners”, going “under the radar”, or spending thousands of dollars for legal advice and business consultants. And most squander months or years deciding when, how and if they should start.

4) Technology is changing at an ever-faster rate; Perhaps 50% of the jobs 20 years from now do not exist today. Most people who start businesses take risks by relying on experience based on yesterday’s technology without a good understanding of the Future. Now there’s a practical alternative: Snap.