Please join us on Monday, May 14, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:30pm, at the HanaHaus in downtown Palo Alto, as BEAM students present their start-up, internship, and volunteer projects that have helped a company and made a difference in global communities.
Enabling the next generation of young entrepreneurs.
The BEAM (Business, Entrepreneurship, and Math) Program is a private-public partnership that replicates real-life business environments, which require application of mathematical principles. During the program, high school students choose a project from a large or small business, a start-up venture, or a non-profit organization, while learning entrepreneurship, finance, and quantitative marketing from customized curricula created in partnership with Ernst&Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers. The students design and develop self-driven solutions to solve these assignments, while being mentored by their employer, a designated mentor, and the teacher overseeing the course. With multiple locations around the world, BEAM is an international social network of business education and business opportunities, as well as vehicle for worldwide collaboration between students, teachers, cities, and businesses.