$7,000+ Currently Available in Scholarships

A Nonprofit Business Accelerator Serving Communities 

Building Cities - One Business at a Time

Home of the 

B²Hub Accelerator Program

An innovative-driven environment empowers a growth-experience established by a learning opportunity. Our High School Entrepreneur Boot Camp (HSEBC) is a significant pillar to our Education Quadrant. The process includes:

  • Cultivating and nurturing student ideas.

  • Encouraging their determination to achieve specific outcomes.

  • Accomplishing various objectives to maintain motivation.
     

The opportunity represents B²Hub Team's expertise to improve student innovation, strengthen their leadership skills, understand a business owner's undertaking, while increasing self-confidence.Throughout the High School Entrepreneur Boot Camp (HSEBC), students receive guidance from successful business owners, academic professionals, and resource partners to propel their entrepreneurial mindset while developing the necessary knowledge and skills to build, grow, and encourage their progress.  

Young People - Meeting With Computers

CourseFoundation

The B²Hub HSEBC Program provides an educational synergy with online courses, including interfacing with instructors in a classroom. The hybrid development combines traditional Face-to-Face with online supportive material and instruction. The program stimulates students' social, physical, and intellectual experiences through class participation involving various school peers' activities while enabling a supportive environment.  The program motivates the student's ability to create, begin to develop work habits, task persistency, social skills, and academic performance to achieve specific outcomes. The HSEBC is a challenging program to develop a market hypothesis/concept, requiring devotion to seek answers while promoting high expectations relevant to academic maturity and independence. The program generally requires in/out of classroom assignments. At the same time, B²Hub Team encourages participation, exploration, comprehensive evaluation, and pursue advice during class, in an email, or phone call after class adjourns. 

CoursesDescription

Angel_edited.jpg

Angel Garcia, MBA

June 1 - Tuesday

Course/Class: Welcome and Introduction  

Section 1: 8 am to 12 pm 

Section 2: 1 pm to 5 pm

Link to Instructors: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia  (Board Members)

Description: Understand the expectations, applied methods of development, introduction to online supportive courses, and Demo Day. 

June 2 (Wednesday)- June 3 (Thursday)

Course/Class: Brainstorming New Ideas

Section 1: 8 am to 12 pm 

Section 2: 1 pm to 5 pm

Link to Instructors: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia 

Description: The course empowers design thinking and the necessary skills applicable to Brainstorming New Ideas, problem-solving and engages critical thinking to advance a conceptual analysis of general theory. Students are challenged to formulate and determine multiple solutions fostering both creativity and mathematical knowledge applicable to solving a particular product/service issue during the course. The learning experience involves exploring a creative process underlying multiple methods to articulate and reach a viable solution. 

 

Outcomes: The brainstorming of new ideas increases productivity while thinking more freely to collaborate and solve problems that generate innovative ideas. The course provides the ability to establish a substantial foundation that determines a value proposition.  

CoursesDescription

michael%20Crain_edited.jpg

Michael Crain, MS, CBA

June 7 (Monday) - June 10 (Thursday) 

Course/Class: The Business Model Canvas

Section 1: 8 am to 12 pm 

Section 2: 1 pm to 5 pm

Link to Instructors: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia (Optional: Chief Executive Officer)

Description: The development redefines the hypothesis to reveal a significant concept relevant to uncovering the target audience, emphasizing value. The process evaluates the cost structure comparatively with revenue streams to determine profit margins. Students are challenged with analyzing and preparing essential elements of the value proposition, model’s infrastructure, customers, and significant operational and financial obligations. The course stimulates students’ critical thinking to describe basic activities and vital resources to subsidized market size and demand while ensuring product/service fit. 

 

Other exploratory advancements include defining the applied methodology to create loyalty and customer retention that influences profitability. Students are to examine marketing channels compatible with the characteristics of target audiences while determining market segmentation by dividing a heterogeneous market into a more comparable segment based on specific parameters. The process facilitates the ability to conceive and communicate interlocking components’ that effectively confirms the core process applicable to business operations.

 

Outcomes: Students conceive the ability to organize the business process, every possible activity, diverse workforce, and revenue sources to sustain the business. The principal components provide students with an understanding of the target customer, market and determine strengths and challenges to develop a profitable company. 

CoursesDescription

Giving a Presentation

June 15 (Tuesday)- June 17 (Thursday): 

Course/Class: The Award-Winning Pitch

Section 1: 8 am to 12 pm 

Section 2: 1 pm to 5 pm

Link to Instructors: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia  (Optional: Venture Capitalist)

Description: The pitch provides an imperative formulation to influence investors, interact with advisors, partners, and essential customers. Designing the pitch deck establishes the idea’s foundation while describing the value proposition relevant to solving a problem. Students are obligated to define their target market, opportunity-of-size, and practical benefits of the solution. The presentation incorporates the business model emphasizing a convincing validation of the intuition and sustained by facts, marketing, and potential sales revenues. The pitch is limited to a 20-minute presentation, requiring a concise, clear, and well-organized performance represented by milestones and projections. B²Hub provides a template to begin the process of developing the pitch deck in satisfying the specifications of “Demo Day.” 

 

Outcomes: The learning experience includes developing a first impression, the ability to tell a story, create a professional presentation, explain their research, and present the preferred solution. The results are relevant to organizing their perspectives and delivering an informed, educated, and motivational speech in demonstrating their leadership. Developing a unique presentation that increases the likelihood of being selected for a scholarship.

CoursesDescription

Stacks of Coins

June 22 (Tuesday)- June 23 (Thursday): 

Course/Class: Funding The Idea 

Section 1: 8 am to 12 pm 

Section 2: 1 pm to 5 pm

Link to Instructors: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia  (Optional: Banking Partner)

Description: This course's benefit is to acknowledge such requirements to prepare and engage in conversation with an investor. Students receive an introduction to the types of loans available for a specific loan request. The course builds on the justification and importance of a credit score, the methods of managing accounts, and the mandates to meet loan requirements. Material presented includes an understanding of money vested in the business is typically applied to achieve operational sustainability. The program establishes an essential foundation focused on reapplying profits, attracting more customers, capital improvements, and using cash management techniques. 

Outcome: Proper planning to build credit and applying cash management techniques provides an opportunity to spend wisely on profitable initiatives without an inadequate return-on-investment.

CoursesDescription

June 30 (Wednesday) 

Course/Class: Demo Day 

Group Section:  4 pm to 7 pm

Location: Townsquare Media (See Map Below)

Facilitators: Michael Crain and Angel Garcia  

Description: Demo Day provides students with an opportunity to share their idea, market perspective and present insights into their product/service advancement while engaging their audience. Students are provided with a platform to exercise their knowledge, accurately describe the idea relevant to operations, offers, benefits while demonstrating their essential skills to communicate. The presentation should include customer needs, size of demand, and a clear understanding of the target market, possible growth, and methods of disrupting the marketplace. 

 

Outcome: Develop the ability to interact with an audience, transmit a clear message, and interpret an understanding of the listeners. Students learn to define clear aims, structure straightforward logic while maintaining relevant content focused on achieving a specific outcome. 

CNB revised logo-01.jpg
Kent - Logo - THE KENT COMPANIES - Easy
PetroGo Logo.png
Kent - Logo - Kent Kwik - 300dpi.png
townsquare-media_owler_20160226_183414_o

registrationrequirements

The High School Entrepreneur Boot Camp (HSEBC) is a challenging program to develop a hypothesis, sustain determination, and seek answers while promoting high expectations relevant to academic maturity and independence. The program generally requires in/out of classroom assignments. At the same time, B²Hub Team encourages participation, exploration, comprehensive evaluation, and pursue advice during class, in an email, or phone call during and after the program.  

 

Registration ends on May 28th, 2021, at midnight central time or enrollment fulfillment reaches a maximin 40-students. 

The requirements are; 

  • The attainting student age is 16-18 and currently attainting high school.

  • Make sure to select the time of your selected cohort.

  • Provide a paragraph regarding the reason to attend and describe your expectations.  

  • It is imperative to acknowledge and consent to the below policies and procedures. 

  • Cost is $189.00 for "each" student and includes all professional visitors, instructors, online educational support, and all program materials.

    • Students attending may include a maximum of three team members to work on the same project. Each student is required to complete the Registration.

Policies and Procedures

While attending the B²Hub HSEBC Program, students are subject to the same policies and regulations relevant to their attending high school. Our program requires students who attend our program to maintain academic maturity, be respectful socially, culturally, and physically. The relationships and experiences achieved are designed to be enhanced by interacting with like-minded individuals requiring punctuality, sustain attendance to ensure outcomes, and maintain consideration of others while demonstrating a courteous attitude that stimulates a learning atmosphere.

Attendance

We ask that you are on time, ready to engage, until dismissed. 

Attendance Policy

The B²Hub Team anticipates parents/guardians to call if a student is to be absent. B²Hub Team will make reasonable attempts through phone calls or emails to inform parents/guardians of student absenteeism. Regular program attendance is essential for much of the success of the student. 

Withdrawal

Please understand, if a parent/guardian notifies the B²Hub Team to withdraw a student, there is no refund as necessary resources have been deployed; however, it is possible to reinstate the student if another opportunity becomes available.

Classroom Behavior 

B²Hub Team is obligated to keep the classroom free from threats, harmful influence, or disruptive behavior. Our instructors reserve the right to add expectations appropriately to justify a learning environment while obtaining a cultivating and creative atmosphere.

Classroom Behavior 

Cell phone use without permission is strictly prohibited during the program. Student-owned electronic devices of any kind are brought into the classroom and considered the student's own risk. B²Hub Team is not regarded as responsible and will not investigate any thefts of these devices. 

Dress Code

All students are expected to dress and groom appropriately, emphasizing modesty, decency, personal and public health while demonstrating a dress for success environment. Students are expected to maintain a high standard of personal hygiene. 

 

  • We request that all students wear appropriate footwear as flip-flops are not allowed.

  • All shirts and tops must cover the midriff at all times. The following are examples of unacceptable clothing: tank tops, strapless, spaghetti straps, off-the-shoulder, cut-out designs, low-cut shirts, bareback, sheer or mesh clothing that does not have an appropriate blouse or shirt underneath, etc.

  • All pants and shorts must fit at the waist. No sagging or low riding will be permitted. Clothing must cover undergarments when sitting, standing, or bending.

  • Hemline and slits on dresses, skirts, and shorts above mid-thigh are not acceptable.

  • Clothing and hair accessories that are unsafe and/or dangerous are not permitted (for example, hair-picks and combs, studded belts, chains, spikes, handcuffs, safety pins, needles, etc.).

  • Clothing or jewelry depicts any "gang-style" writing; illegal activity; sexually related or obscene gestures and material; tobacco; drugs; alcohol; or words, pictures, or phrases that depict violence or intimidation may not be worn.

  • Regrading body piercing that presents a safety issue or significant distraction will not be allowed. Other than ear piercing, we ask to be removed or covered.

  • Any clothing or dress styles construed to provoke fear, violence, or intimidation, including gang-related attire, is not acceptable.

Location Between Midland and Odessa