Young entrepreneurs of tomorrow can get a head-start by learning a variety of skills at a children’s entrepreneurial summer camp.
The Entrepreneurial Children’s Program (ECP) offers youngsters aged from 8 to 13 the chance to work with horses, learn to gather wild food, understand the science of flying and generally have fun and make new friends.
Two, five-day programs are offered at the camp’s based in Doornenhof, Germany, from August 2 to 8 and August 16 to 22.
They include six nights’ camping in modern Teepee tents, food and a range of activities aimed at developing important life and business skills and helping participants become better communicators and leaders.
The course is delivered by Noelle van Lonkhuyzen, founder of The Corporate Horse Listener, who specialises in horse-assisted coaching.
She is supported by a team of qualified international staff. Please note, the course does not involve horse riding. All activities take place in English.
To find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +352 621 14 38 11.