Business Basecamp A collaborative model that includes development organizations, private sector and education partners, and advisory members to create technology platforms and develop learning content.

The 5 Pillars of Business Basecamp

  • Leadership
  • Communications
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Marketing

The model seeks to maximize the development of critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and teamwork skills.

Business Core Curriculum - Year 1

  • Business Communications
  • Financial Literacy
  • Business and Computer Technology
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing

Students can then choose a pathway of emphasis - Year 2

Ideally Partnering with 36 Degrees North, Savage Space, and other identified area businesses to mentor & educate!

Leadership Development

Internships

Guest Speakers

Workshops/Seminars/Training

Project Based Learning

Organizational Structure of Business Basecamp

1st Year - Core Curriculum, 600 hours
  • Business Communications
  • Financial Literacy
  • Business & Computer Technology
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing
1st Year - Core Curriculum, Course Proposal
2nd Year - Career Emphasis, 600 hours (optional)
  • Business Management & Administration
  • Finance
  • Medical Administrative
  • Legal
  • Feeder to programs at Owasso and Riverside

Serving BOTH High School & Adult Learners

Distance Education

Increased CTSO participation

Core curriculum taught in 9 week segments

Divided by Business Instructors

  • Taylor Deathrage
  • Cindy Lyon
  • Debbie Wiginton
  • Charrlette Young
Rationale for Proposal

Fundamental skills needed in workforce

Develop teamwork and leadership skills

Technology training required for today's business world

Develop problem solving skills needed by industry

Master the fundamental knowledge and skill needed to succeed in business

Workforce Trends

"Over the past decade or so, employers across virtually all industries have digitized their business functions and processes. Today, most businesses utilize software — and increasingly SaaS platforms — to manage functions like supply chain, sales, marketing, customer service, finance, IT and HR. So the biggest change in the entry-level workforce over the past decade is that many more jobs are mediated primarily if not entirely by these software platforms." Ryan Craig, Forbes

Big Data / Data Analysis / SEO / Analytics/Folksonomy

Spark, Watson & Google Analytics, MS Cloud, Galvanize

Computer Engineering / Programming

Python, R, Scala, & Hadoop Programming

Project Management

Digital Communications / Social Media Strategist / Marketing/Internet Web Professional

Complex Problem Solving

Service Orientation

Negotiation and Persuasion

Creativity

Emotional Intelligence & People Management

Technology Trends

MS Office 365

Adobe CC

Web-Based Apps

Social Media Platforms

Data Analytics

Cloud Based Technology & Storage

PC & Mac Cross Platform Training

SaaS (Software as a Service)

Economic Impact

Training a work-ready workforce with skills needed in today's business world

Providing Relevant Technology and Soft Skill Training

Graduating students with Industry Certifications & Badges

Solving sending schools budget crisis

Partnering with area businesses to mentor and advise our Business Basecamp

Evaluation & Grading Techniques

Rubric Grading

Case Studies

Project Based Learning

Hands-On

Presentation

Traditional Testing

Multiple Choice / T&F

Fill in the Blank

Quizzes

Q&A

Thank you!

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