This Wednesday, students at Crockett High School will have special access to area experts at the school’s entrepreneur roundtable.
Representatives from Bazaarvoice and Austin Modern Homes will be among those answering questions about the traits, skills and experiences that are important to entrepreneurship.
The roundtable will also address Crockett’s new entrepreneurship endorsement, developed through a partnership with the Bazaarvoice Foundation.
The goal of the program is to assist students in starting for-profit business or non-profit organization and nurturing that business throughout their final two years of high school.
Students will learn how to develop, fund and maintain their startup businesses while taking dual-credit opportunities as part of Crockett's Einstein program, which brigs together a group of students who have met rigorous academic standards and assists them with entering top colleges.
What: Crockett High School Entrepreneur Roundtable
Tony Aguilar, Student Loan Benefits
Kelly Ballard, Bazaarvoice Foundation
Amy Bernhard, Austin Modern Homes
David Neff, Lights.Camera.Help.
Blake Shanley, Tiny Taiga
Jeremy Turner, The Atypical Mechanic
When: 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14
Where: Crockett High School library, 5601 Manchaca Road (Park in the school lot accessible from Manchaca Road.)