High School Business Bootcamp
Are you a high achieving junior in high school who is seriously considering majoring in business in college? If so, you probably wonder which business careers might be a good fit for you.
You will be challenged by interactive seminars with our executive-based faculty of former Treasurers and CFOs on Wall Street, as well as leaders of other major business firms. These seasoned executives will also provide career coaching to help guide you in the right direction.
There will be multiple active learning opportunities including "The Lion's Den" an entrepreneurial business pitch competition, trading simulation, business presentation, and marketing competitions. For these activities, you will compete in teams to win a number of different prizes.
You will also have the opportunity to network with our student ambassadors who have had real-world experience through their internships and are getting ready to start fast-track business careers.
If you are interested in applying to the Business Boot Camp, be sure to contact your Guidance Counselor during your junior year. Although there is no charge for the Boot Camp, acceptance is very selective.
To be considered for the camp, the applicant will be required to:
- Complete and submit the electronic Boot Camp application
- Submit an electronic copy of his/her HS transcript and headshot to email@example.com
- Have a personal virtual interview
Please contact Kisha Chandler at either firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 365-4690 to arrange a mutually convenient date and time for the applicant's personal interview.
Although the deadline for filing an application is April 30, 2021, due to the virtual environment and the individual student interaction we so value during the Camp, there is a limitation on the number of students we can accept. Accordingly, early appliers will be given the strongest consideration.
Pictures from Previous Business Boot Camps
Business By The Numbers
Internships and full-time
positions in the Big 4 last year
Place at Euroweek competition
Only U.S. school selected.
Undergraduate business department
growth in 4 years
Place in Hofstra's 2014