Program Dates: June 4th – August 3rd, 2018
Our program was developed to help assist high school students and gap year students to attend prestigious universities by fulfilling their need for extracurricular activities. High-performing academic students can often neglect developing extracurricular activities that will highlight their interests and future goals. Our program gives each student the opportunity to develop their own experiences and interests according to the market potential.
Our program has been developed by Ivy League graduates who have worked at the World Bank, Market Research Foundation, and other prestigious organizations across the world. Our students have been able to attend Cornell University, Columbia University, George Washington University, and the University of Oxford.
Classes allow students to learn about their own strengths and interests. This leads to an extracurricular activity that is ideal for their college majors and future goals.
The students then delve into learning about entrepreneurs who have profited through having similar ideologies. Our program instructors then match students with a mentor within their field of interest. We then develop a personalized plan for the students to quickly create a new business with the goal of immediate and realistic revenue.
Our courses cover the following essential topics:
- New Venture Planning & Entrepreneurship
- Financial Management
- Effective Marketing Strategies
- Business Strategy
Students must be between the age of 16 to 20 years of age by July 9, 2018.
- Demonstrate leadership potential
- High Academic Achievement
- Adaptive and capable of recognizing changes in the market.
Students who are accepted to this program will be contacted by the program director with instructions on how to pay their tuition. The full fee for attendance is due by June 15, 2018.
Payment by credit card: Visa, Discover, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. Include your credit card number and the expiration date on the registration form.
Note: Credit and debit cards often have limits on the amount that can be charged. Your bank may deny approval for a credit card payment if the card is issued by a non-U.S. bank. To ensure a smooth registration process, check with your bank before submitting your credit card information. Also make sure that the expiration date of the card is more than two months after the date you submit payment.
Payment by check: Foreign checks are not accepted. Checks submitted for payment must be drawn on a U.S. bank, with a U.S. bank routing number and account number MICR encoded on the check.
Payment by money order: International money orders, such as American Express, denominated in U.S. dollars are accepted.
Note: If your payment is not received by June 1, 2018, your spot will be given to a student on the waitlist.
Cancellations and Refunds
Withdrawal from any course must be made in writing to Pamela Ellis. Attention: Pamela Ellis, Executive Director of Books Motivate. In order for you to qualify for a refund of tuition, your written cancellation must be received before the deadlines indicated below.
Before May 1, 2018: full refund of tuition Before May 15, 2018: refund of tuition less 20% penalty June 1, 2018 or later: no tuition refund
Good Management & Investment reserves the right to cancel courses. If a course is canceled, you will be notified and asked whether you wish to transfer to a different course or receive a full refund of tuition and fees.